Tweed is nearly as synonymous with Britain as the Union Jack, and its finally making an appearance in something every bit as quintessentially British — Bentley's ultra-luxury cars. Available on every model — the Flying Spur, Bentaygag, and Continental GT — customers will be able to choose between four variations of the material. Cheltenham comes in organic shades of green, while Glen Plaid-Tolsta Beach, named after a location in the Outer Hebrides, uses a striking check pattern. Charcoal and Sand Herringbone are a more subtle choice that compliments Bentley's British luxury perfectly. The tweeds are sourced from Scottish distributor Lovat Mill using a sustainable dry process that has zero impact on the local environment. The tweed interior options are availble through Bentley's Mulliner service now.