Node, who launched their Hylixa high-end speakers last summer, have been invited to join two of the world’s most prestigious car clubs, the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club (RREC) and the Rolls-Royce Owners’ Club (RROC) to celebrate Bentley Motors centenary this summer.

Bentley Centenary 2019

To mark this milestone, owners and enthusiasts of Bentley and Rolls-Royce cars from around the globe will gather at London’s Grosvenor House on the 7th of June, for the launch of ‘Exploring the Extraordinary’. The publication, collated by publishers St. James’s House, delves into the history, design and craftsmanship behind the eponymous marque. The hardback coffee table book also features a selection of ‘Best of Breed’ brands from around the world that align with Bentley’s ‘devotion to extraordinary products’.

Node Limited Editon Hylixa Loudspeakers

Amongst these, Node has been selected as a brand offering innovative, British loudspeakers. In recognition, Node will be unveiling a special, one-off edition of their Hylixa speakers at the June event, finished in classic British racing green, with an engraving to mark the event. Hosted in Britain’s largest ballroom, the centenary celebrations will play out amongst a collection of Bentley models from throughout their history, charting a century of manufacturing, along with Node and other high end products.

Node’s Director Ashley May explains: “We are privileged to be exhibiting our speakers alongside esteemed brands regarded as the pinnacle of excellence in their field. Bentley is synonymous with design finesse and quality British craftsmanship. Though our products exist to deliver a moving musical experience, we share many of Bentley’s values, and strive to create products of exceptional performance, beauty and longevity, for the enjoyment of their owners.”

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