Bentley has just unveiled the Design Series for its Bentayga V8. The new series features an array of visual upgrades, embellishing the already-luxurious SUV. Bentley now implements various Mulliner features to both the exterior and interior of a number of Bentayga models.
For the V8 option specifically, the new series will utilize Palladium Grey Paragon alloy wheels with centered self-leveling wheel badges. The SUV also features a new carbon fiber weave and a two-tone color scheme, while the Blackline specification becomes a standard inclusion — a front bumper apron matching the body’s color, twin-gloss black tailpipes, black grille, black badge, and all the normal chrome parts are dressed in black too. The front panels hold a diamond-jewelled mother-of-pearl Breitling clock, with illuminated tread plates, drilled alloy sports pedals and footrests down low.
As a standard issue, the SUV wields 542 horsepower, and 568 pound-feet of torque, traveling 0-60 mph in 4.4 seconds. For for those interested in the Bentley Bentayga V8 Design Series, head over to Bentley’s site for more details.
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#Bentayga #V8 Design Series comes with Blackline Specification as standard, featuring a dramatic black painted trim to emphasise Bentayga’s sporting nature. Exterior: Onyx. Link in bio. Bentayga V8 Design Series WLTP drive cycle: fuel consumption, mpg (l/100km) – Combined 21.7 (13.0). Combined CO2 – 296 g/km.
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