It's a tribute to Capitalism that such ideas even exist let alone become reality. Screw growing up to be President, when I grow up I want to be able to order one of those over the phone like a pizza.
Lovely, and luxurious. But, for an SUV it does seem rather small. In size it's just a hatch-back sedan. But, to be fair, I must admit that if I were given one I would not return it or trade it in for something larger.
If a things worth doing, it's worth overdoing.
If you can afford the car (and the gas and the insurance), then you can probably afford to have the white interior professionally cleaned should someone spill something in it. Or just get a beige, saddle brown, or (yuck) black interior. I'm sure Bentley would be happy to oblige.
An SUV, huh? A half hour on any Jeep trail I've been on (or forty minutes on a Pennsylvania farm road) would have that puppy rattling like castanets on a clothesline.
I think there is a possibility I couldn't afford it. But I'd never suggest that someone else with the money couldn't have it.
pdwalker - IMHO that depends on who earned the money. Which excludes banksters pretty much by definition.
The Chelsea Tractor to end all Chelsea Tractors.
Just a re-badged BMW. Heh.