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Automaker reveals revolutionary interior design [PHOTO]

According to Bentley’s new design head, Stefan Sielaff, new cars will come with a holographic butler.

Bentley's new design

Bentley has made a breakthrough in interior design.

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According to Carbuzz, new cars will come with a holographic butler.

This butler will attend to the passengers' dinner reservations in a deferential tone and manner.

Another noticeable thing about this new design is the change in seating.

This new interior design replaces the conventional car seats with two couches.

These two couches will face each other, giving the passengers a restaurant feel.

Also present is a table in the center and a nice cabin with quilted leather.

Looks like Bentley's design intends to make passengers feel at home, whilst in their cars.

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