Zoom in from over 2,000 feet away to see the seat's embroidery.

You might remember hunting through humorous illustrations as a kid to find Waldo’s red-and-white striped shirt, and Bentley is reviving that concept for adults with its new gigapixel image of a Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase crossing the Golden Gate Bridge. At first, the big sedan is just speck in the photo, but the window slowly zooms in on this examples distinct combination of Rose Gold and Magnetic gray.

Bentley used a special camera placed 2,300 feet away from the sedan to create the 53 billion-pixel photograph. The device took 700 pictures from the same location and then stitched them together, which made so much detail possible. The interactive window below lets you zoom in close enough to see the headrest logo’s stitching.

With nearly 10 inches of extra wheelbase over the standard Mulsanne, the bigger sedan offers bountiful room for rear passengers. The occupants in the back also get extending leg rests for even more comfort on the move. Between the rear seats, Bentley builds a console using a luxurious combination of wood veneer, metal, glass, and leather. Optional folding tables offer a place to get some work done or have a bite to eat, too. To motivate the massive vehicle, Bentley installs its biturbo 6.75-liter V8 with 505 horsepower and 752 pound-feet. The significant power goes to the rear wheels through an eight-speed automatic. Take a very close look at it in the window below.


Source: Bentley


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