The Bentley Continental Flying Star by Touring has been unveiled at the Geneva motor show.
Designed by the Touring Superleggera design studios, the car is loosely based on the Continental GTC chassis and is said to "combine the functionality and elegance of the shooting brake body with the driving experience of Bentley."
It features an all-new body from the A-pillar back and has a two-metre load capacity, which can take 1200 litres of the luggage with the rear seats down. It has been built to EU approval.
Design highlights include two completely foldable individual rear seats, which can create a plain loading space over two metres long. The bodywork includes steel rear wings, extended roof paneling, aluminum door skins and an all-alloy, electric powered tailgate. The conversion is available with the standard 6.0-litre W12 engine or the GTC Speed's more powerful variant.
Just 20 cars will be built, with Touring Superleggera saying prices will vary according to buyer's individual demands.