New Focal headphones, Naim wireless speaker replicate Bentley's high-quality in-car sound
"Bentley and Naim are celebrating the 12th year of a successful partnership founded on unrivalled quality and a passion to create the ultimate customer experience. The world's most powerful in-car sound system available in the market heightens Bentley's extraordinary drive with music that speaks to the heart. The new Mu-so system extends that experience and enjoyment from our cars to the home, delivering peerless sound performance and enhancing the lifestyle of Bentley's discerning customers," said Chris Craft, Bentley Member of the Board for Sales and Marketing.
The headphones will set you back £1,199 .Photo courtesy of Bentley Motors
Both products are distinctively Bentley in style and feature interior and exterior styling aspects of a number of Bentley vehicles including the Bentley Mulliner Bacalar and EXP 100 GT. The products both have a recurring lattice pattern that is inspired by the diamond shapes of Bentley's seat quilting.
Bentley Motors and Naim Audio have been associated since 2008. Their teams work together to optimize vehicle and audio system design to deliver a high-quality experience for owners. The new Radiance headphones are the debut collaboration between Bentley and Focal.
"Bentley, Naim and Focal share an enthusiasm for innovation, dedication to engineering excellence and a true passion that drives our respective areas of expertise. There is also a collective desire to honour proudly held heritage principles, blending them with cutting-edge technologies to define new benchmarks in premium performance and customer experience," says Charlie Henderson, Managing Director of Naim Audio.
The subtle speaker design has design characteristics that are synonymous with the Bentley brand.Photo courtesy of Bentley Motors
The Naim for Bentley Mu-so Special Edition can be pre-ordered now via shop.bentleymotors.com for £1,799 the Focal for Bentley Radiance headphones can be pre-ordered for £1,199. Orders for both are expected to be fulfilled in the second-half of October.