A logo on the interior of a Bentley Bentayga on display at the London Motor Show. (John Keeble/Getty Images)
A logo on the interior of a Bentley Bentayga on display at the London Motor Show. (John Keeble/Getty Images)
By Sean Cunningham / May 19, 2017 5:00 am

It’s on the way: an all-vegan Bentley.

The automaker’s mulliner department is developing animal-friendly interiors for its vegan customers. Leather components will be replaced with protein, mushroom, and jellyfish substitutes.

Bentley’s Director of Design Stefan Sielaff has declared, “You can’t sell an animal-containing product like a Bentley, with 20 leather hides, to someone with a vegan lifestyle.”

The unveiling date for the vegan Bentley has yet to be announced.