According to foreign media reports, British luxury car brand Bentley is expanding more than 5000 ways to customize the interior of Mulsanne, Flying Spur, continental or bentayga SUVs. Now, consumers can choose high-quality stone veneers from 200 million years ago to replace perforated wood or technical finishes such as carbon fiber. In today’s world, luxury car buyers are getting younger and younger, and high-end car brands like Bentley are constantly innovating, so that every customer has the freedom of choice. < / P > < p > this should be the first time people have seen a real stone veneer in automobile production, it looks very good. Bentley uses only stones formed more than 200 million years ago, all from carefully selected quarries in the Indian state of Rajasthan and Andra Pradesh. According to Bentley, each stone is cut into small pieces and then cured with a unique resin. Some may worry that it will add weight to the car, but according to Bentley, the stone veneer is only 0.1 mm thick, so it is very light. After curing, the stone veneer is formed and hand finished at Bentley headquarters in Crewe, UK. < / P > < p > Bentley offers stone veneers in four colors (autumn white, copper, Terra red, Galaxy) and can be combined with polished black or perforated wood as a single or double decoration. When it comes to wood, consumers can choose liquid amber, Tamo ash or dark burr walnut veneers – as well as open hole decorations – and, of course, piano paint veneers. < / P > < p > but if you don’t like stone, wood and colored dashboard, Bentley offers a choice of carbon fiber or brushed aluminum veneers. Combined with Bentley’s excellent rotating center display, 3D wood panels and 3D diamond quilted leather options, customers can create a unique Bentley luxury car. SpaceX beat blue origin and Northrop Grumman to win a $316 million air force contract