Bentley is introducing a new rear-seat entertainment system for both the Flying Spur and the Bentayga. Bentley Rear Entertainment offers the latest connected technology, combining a highly flexible system with class-leading Naim for Bentley audio. Passengers can stream content from their own smartphone, computer or tablet directly to the innovative entertainment system without the need to connect by cable.
The exceptionally immersive entertainment experience includes two, high-definition 10.1” screens attached to the back of the front seats. The tablets are also removable and use crystal clear graphics with a resolution of up to 1920 x 1080 pixels. Sound from the Bentley Rear Entertainment system can be streamed via Bluetooth to either headphone that come with the car or customers’ personal headphones. Sound can aslo be streamed directly to the Flying Spur or Bentayga’s existing and class-leading Naim audio system. Content can be seamlessly cast from both iOS and Android media apps, to either of the Bentley Rear Entertainment screens.
Provided both the device and Bentley Rear Entertainment are configured to the same Wi-Fi network, passengers can then interact with their chosen app e.g. Amazon Prime, Disney+, Youku or Apple TV, content can be viewed on the Bentley system’s touchscreens. Mirroring from the customer’s device is also possible and Netflix is pre-installed with the new entertainment system.
Both removable touchscreens are fitted with an HDMI port, which allows the use of media devices such as an Amazon Firestick, or a games console. The latest USB Type C port offers a convenient charging point for customer mobile devices, as well as back-up for software updates. A headphone jack is also provided, as an alternative to Bluetooth connectivity. Both screens are connected to the rear of the front passenger seats using a bespoke arm mount, which also connects power to the system. The rear of the screen features a discreet microphone, which monitors audio coming from the Bentayga or Flying Spur’s Naim audio system.