As they say, death and taxes are the only certain things in this world. Well you can add the fact that Bentley will never make pickup trucks. Or will they do it? Well, they now have an SUV in the form of the Bentayga, so a pickup could come along, with an emphasis on strength. If you want a British luxury utility vehicle that can haul things, chances are it won’t happen anytime soon, so don’t count on it.
Or you can draw our attention to this – a Flying Spur pickup conversion courtesy of DC Customs United Kingdom.
If you’re struggling to get the idea, think of this as a British El Camino – only more luxurious and modern than the Chevrolet utility pickup from the ’60s.
Looking at the images posted by DC Customs on his Instagram, the Flying Spur pickup conversion dubbed Decadence is not at all a bad idea. Much of that fact comes from the excellent bodywork that the customization shop used. The front half of the first-generation luxury sedan appears to be practically intact, but the work of the tuning company started from the B-pillar all the way to the rear.
To keep things tasteful, DC Customs lined the bed in wood veneers, with cabinets and drawers to maximize utility.
DC Customs did not disclose the price of the build, but they did say the low-profile purple pickup is now in the hands of its owner. The company sees it as one of its biggest challenges to date.
If you want to achieve this type of conversion, you can contact the company directly through the source link below. They also do various custom modifications and builds, which we hope are just as nifty as this Flying Spur pickup.