Porsche: New digital platform for all vehicle-related services

Porsche has revamped its digital services for smartphones and combined the functions for multiple apps: the My Porsche app will be customers’ central interface with the car and brand. It will take over the functions of My Porsche Essentials, Connect App and Car Connect App. Over the coming months, additional apps such as the Porsche Charging and Porsche – Good to know apps will also be integrated. Combining the full range of services and information in a single app will simplify use for customers and create a practical point of access to the digital world of Porsche through a modern user interface.

New, bespoke Bentayga Hybrid delivered to The Macallan Estate

Bentley has today delivered a new Bentayga Hybrid, complete with bespoke Mulliner details, to The Macallan Estate in Speyside, Scotland. Following the announcement last month of a long-term brand partnership between Bentley Motors and The Macallan, the new hybrid is the first of two permanent estate cars for The Macallan, to be joined by a matching Flying Spur Hybrid. Bentley Mulliner has added beautiful, subtle details themed by The Macallan to the car, including unique stitching, personalised inlays to wood veneer, and bespoke treadplates and LED welcome lamps.

Five examples of revered coachbuilt Bentley Mulsanne Grand Limousine become available

Bentley is offering customers a final opportunity to purchase a piece of automotive history – one of the British brand’s most unique and distinguished models, the Mulsanne Grand Limousine by Mulliner. Five examples of this rare, modern coachbuilt car, which was specifically designed for customers seeking the finest in luxury limousine transportation, have recently become available for purchase. These five cars were all built by hand by Mulliner in 2015, and shipped to their destination in the United Arab Emirates – but never used nor registered.

The last Breitling and Bentley watch celebrates 19 years of extraordinary wristwatches

Swiss watch brand Breitling and British luxury car maker Bentley have been working together for 19 years, the longest ever serving partnership between a watch brand and a luxury car manufacturer. The partnership began in 2002, when Bentley and Breitling came together to design the onboard clock for the first ever Bentley Continental GT, which was debuted in 2003. Following this, the partnership has created some of the most notable watches in Breitling’s history. The last Bentley Breitling Tourbillon now leaves the factory – set to be an iconic collectors’ timepiece for generations to come – and representing the final collaboration between the two brands.