No, this isn’t a new episode of ‘Pimp My Ride’, but somewhere Xzibit is smiling, because a British baller has turned his Bentley into a Holden-esque ute. Blasphemy to some, the Flying Spur owner commissioned UK’s DC Customs to modify his quintessential luxury sedan. Making the haters rage even harder, the truck was aptly named Decadence.
Front on, the vehicle presents as a typical Flying Spur, even though it’s been equipped with a custom bumper, splitter and headlights, all with the Bentley logo etched into each feature. However, once you move to the B-pillar, this is where the fun begins. The entire back cabin has been removed and hallowed out, replaced with a truck bed, lined with wood similar to the yacht this bloke probably owns. As ludicrous as this custom ride sounds, the auto shop emphasised Decadence was designed with daily use in mind.
Keeping the interior’s core intact, a few alterations have been made to accommodate the new truck shape. The roof has obviously been chopped down, with designers leaving just enough storage space behind the seats for bags and other luggage items. As for the sunroof, all the supporting framework has been truncated, which has forced the craftsman to create a more panoramic viewing experience out the top. For an in-depth breakdown of the entire vehicle, check out the video below.
DC Customs has yet to reveal the price tag for this true one-of-a-kind conversion, although the shop has called it one of the “biggest builds and biggest challenges to date.” The standard Bentley Flying Spur starts at around USD$230,000 (AUD$$310,000), so draw your own conclusions about the projects complete cost. For an owner with such audacity, we can safely assume the expense hardly left a dent.