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Too Good to be True: The new Bentley Bentayga Mulliner

By Victor Baker


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Bentley Bentayga Mulliner

Everyone’s talking about the 2017 Geneva Motor Show right now, and in these next couple of days we’re also going to showcase some of the most important stars of the event here on Luxatic. But the incredible Bentley Bentayga Mulliner was actually unveiled a few days before the renowned auto show, taking everyone by surprise with its all around goodness.

The ultimate luxury version of the marvelous Bentley Bentayga was created by the brand’s Mulliner division and will proudly play the part of the new flagship model. As if the standard Bentayga wasn’t impressive enough, Bentley’s latest take on this spectacular vehicle packs exclusive features such as a two-tone paintwork and unique 22″ alloys with floating wheel centers, exclusive badging, not to mention the body-colored lower bodywork and bright chromed lower bumper grilles.

Bentley Bentayga Mulliner

On the inside, there are several differences from the ‘standard’ Bentayga as well. Here, Mulliner matched modern and traditional coachbuilding design to get an interesting color split effect, with apparently seven combinations suggested to the next owners of this beauty. The upholstery has been stitched by hand and it’s finished with unique embroidery and contrast stitching – no surprise there, to be honest.

However, the Ombré Burr Walnut Veneer and the unique wood transition from black to Burr Walnut might make you feel a little bit more spoiled. Other features worth mentioning include a system Bentley calls ‘mood lighting’, a 20-speaker system with a 1,950-watt, 21-channel amplifier, as well as a fresh Mulliner bottle cooler integrated into the rear center console. If a few days, the limited-edition Bentley Bentayga Mulliner will be available for order.

Bentley Bentayga Mulliner

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About Victor Baker

Victor has always been a big fan of cars, which is why he’s so proud to call himself a genuine petrolhead these days. His love actually stemmed from his father, who was an automotive engineer. Today, he loves to write down everything that comes to mind, car-related or not, and when he really gets down to it, he pretty much becomes one with his laptop.

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