Yes, Bentley not only makes luxury cars, but high-end home furniture as well. Unfortunately, you’ll have to shell out $14,710 for the ‘Newent Sofa’, $9,040 on the ‘Newent Armchair’, a $4,230 ‘Newent Chair’, and a whopping $11,950 for the ‘Newent Bed’ that you see above, for a combined total of $39,930 before any taxes. Read more for additional pictures and information.
These pieces aren’t just for looks, as each one is made using high-frequency machine presses for the smooth curves, while a flat press machine bonds the veneers to the support. These technologies are used by both Bentley Home and Bentley Motors, which also follow the same process for veneer preservation, storing woods in rooms with a constant temperature to avoid changes in the wood patterns when exposed to the elements, or transitions from dry to damp.
- STYLISH MINI LUXURY CAR: This officially licensed Bentley EXP 12 ride-on is designed just like the real thing, so your little driver can ride around in only the finest of toddler vehicles
- REALISTIC DESIGN: Made with working LED headlights, a horn and more, and drives like a real car with a foot pedal accelerator; switches between 2 speeds (high & low) with a thrilling 3 mph max speed
- MANUAL AND REMOTE CONTROL: Parents can let their child drive manually or use the remote control to safely guide them when necessary; the remote is equipped with forward/reverse controls, a parking function, and speed selection.
- CONNECT YOUR MUSIC: A built-in AUX outlet allows kids to plug in media devices to drive while jamming to their own selection of music
- OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 42"(L) x 22.75"(W) x 17.5"(H); Weight Capacity: 66 lbs.
We work very closely with our colleagues at Bentley Home to ensure the furniture we create embodies the exacting standard in design and manufacture we have in our cars. From the language and flow of the surfaces to the detailed execution of the veneering process, the ‘Newent’ range is a great example of what we do best, create luxury products for discerning customers,” said Chris Cooke, Bentley’s Head of Product Design.