Bentley Bentayga sales have grown steadily after its initial debut, and has recently made up 45 percent of Bentley’s global production last year. With small but effective changes in the Bentayga V8 with a 3.3-second 60-mph dash, the latest Bentayga design has suprisingly wowed the auto community.
A substantial visual makeover – Bentley designers and crafters created the new V8 with a new aesthetic in mind with a broader radiator grille and “cut crystal” LED headlights that look similar to the Continental and Flying Spur’s lights with headlights are positioned an inch higher than before. Seating include options for four seats, five seats, and even a folding third row.
Changes to the rear end are more substantial. Immediately apparent are the new wraparound liftgate and a switch to oval-shaped lights. Despite the larger liftgate, the size and shape of the cargo area itself remains unchanged.
Designers also took into consideration feedback of the older Bentayga inside cabin, with updates to many of the interior features. There is also an newly structured infotainment system that has a higher-resolution 10.9-inch central touchscreen, backed by quicker-acting hardware and an easier-to-use interface. The revised dashboard has brought a new central air outlet that features plastic directional vanes. Additional charge ports satisfy the whole family with up to six USB-C outlets.
Both V-8 and W-12 Speed versions of the revised Bentayga will reach the U.S. by the end of the year with a relatively modest spec-adjusted price increase over the outgoing SUV’s and will start at $179,725.
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