The niceties continue with four custom-designed umbrellas, two wooden seat back tables, and a surprisingly advanced audio system. The Arnage Final Series eschews the CD medium for a receiver that, instead, reads digital files from an SD card. An iPod interface is also included, but perhaps most important is the 1000-watt amplifier and speaker set designed by Naim, a renowned British stereo manufacturer.
If these bells and whistles tickle your fancy or you'd simply like to cash in on the cachet of the "last Arnage," you'd better move fast. We wouldn't call the mostly hand-built Arnage a high-volume car by any means, but production of the Final Series is further limited to 150 cars. After which - well, Bentley won't say what will follow, but we'd expect yet another rear-drive flagship. Just don't call it Arnage.