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Bentley Bentayga gets even more luxurious


With days remaining until the Geneva Motor Show kicks-off next week, Bentley Motors has revealed an even more luxurious version of the somewhat controversial Bentayga ahead of the Swiss showpiece.

Created in collaboration with and named after the British marque's in-house coachbuilder, Mulliner, the bespoke Bentayga receives a number of exterior and interior touches Bentley claims are designed to make it stand out even more compared to the regular model.

To this end, aesthetic enhancements include a (optional) Duo-Tone paint finish, 22-inch Paragon seven-spoke alloy wheels with floating centres, unique model badging and body-coloured lower bumper grilles.

Inside, the Mulliner builds on the already ultra-luxurious interior with colour-split leather seats embossed with the Mulliner logo and featuring contrast stitching, six different moods with 15 colour options, Ombre Walnut veneer, a Mulliner bottle cooler with illuminated cabinet and Cumbria Crystal flutes and a 20-speaker 1 950 watt Naim sound system with a 21-channel amplifier.

Buyers seeking further opulence can also specify a bespoke Linley Hamper by Mulliner consisting of a rear mounted fridge, Linley fine china crockery, cutlery and crystal glass and a Mulliner Tourbillon by Breitling clock.

Like the regular Bentayga, the Mulliner comes powered by a 6.0-litre bi-turbo W12 engine developing 447 kW and 900 N.m of torque, meaning a 0-100 km/h sprint of 4.1 seconds and top speed of 301 km/h.

No pricing details were revealed but expect the Mulliner to be significantly more than the standard Bentayga's already eye-watering R3.9-million asking price   

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Submitted: 06-11-2018