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