If you're ever fortunate enough to own a Bentley Mulsanne sedan, you will be quick to notice the unwritten fundamental - you don't drive a Bentley, you get chauffeur in one instead. With that premise, interior designers at Bentley integrated old world refinements and modern day gadgetry into the new Bentley Mulsanne Executive Interior. Highlighting both Theatre and iPad Specifications, the concept features beautifully appointed wooden inlay with Yachting-style veneer of either Dark Wenge with Maple Pinstripe or plain Maple. Front and center is a 15.6-inch HD LED display, with two separate 8-inch supplement displays on each of the headrests, thus offering passengers a wide range of flexibility and options in their viewing habits. With a push of a button, two Apple iPads and wireless keyboards fold out into view. And if additional processing power is necessary, the whole system is connected to a Mac Mini by Apple in the trunk. For those who are more in tune with a traditional mindset, Bentley provides a customize fountain pen in matching pen holder. Of course, a Bentley isn't for business occasion only. To help you kick back and relax, a push of another button at the center armrest unveils two full bottles of Champagne behind frosted glass panels. Accompanied both are coordinating Champagne flutes by David Redman of London accompany, each a crystal glass shaped in the forms of Mulsanne's 21" 5-spoke Sports alloy wheel. The Bentley Mulsanne Executive Interior will be making its debut appearance during the upcoming 2012 Geneva Motor Show. However, designer consultants at Bentley are more than happy to carter all of your needs and realize your Champagne wishes and caviar dreams.