Those who buy Bentley cars are
super rich. And super rich people carry very, very expensive things with them,
be it their diamond studded watches, or wallets containing credit cards with no
limits at all. Now if they ever want to leave these expensive items behind in
their car, they can do so without losing their peace of mind.
Bentley is introducing
capacitive fingerprint sensor technology with a secure stowage unit in the
Bentayga model. Developed by Bentley’s
personal commissioning division, Mulliner, the fingerprint sensor technology
has been applied to a high pressure die-cast aluminium secure stowage unit
located in the cabin.
This discreet and unobtrusive
locker creates the ideal place to stow valuables while at the beach, on the ski
slope or utilising valet parking services.
With two USB ports and an
auxiliary socket, it can also be used for connecting and charging mobile
devices both inside and outside of the unit, enabling occupants to access
Bentayga’s extensive infotainment technology, including Apple CarPlay.
Uday Senapati, Mulliner’s Head
of Technical Operations, said, “The Mulliner Biometric Secure Stowage unit is
hidden from view. We are incorporating the familiar capacitive fingerprint
sensor technology from smartphones that can store multiple fingerprints,
allowing the user to control who accesses their valuables.”
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