Bentley Bentayga Equestrian Collection
The Bentley Mulliner division continues to roll out special editions for select customers from different parts of the world.
As reported by Carscoops, the latest example is the Equestrian Collection, with a limited run of ten Bentayga units reserved for Belgium.
As the name suggests, the new series was commissioned to celebrate the world of equestrian sports in Belgium. That's why the theme is inspired by horses and the art of jumping. The special Bentayga is painted in a unique Specter exterior shade, paired with a set of 22-inch ten-spoke black wheels, carbon fiber accents and a special C-pillar badge. The latter is the symbol of the Stephex Masters, with an orange graphic depicting the heads of two horses.
The same emblem can be found on the seat backs and cushions inside the cabin. Mulliner chose Burnt Oak for the fine leather upholstery, with contrasting tangerine stitching. In addition to the seats, a diamond-shaped pattern can also be found on the door inserts.
Another unique detail is the "Belgian Equestrian Collection" lettering on the dashboard veneer. Of course, each of the ten examples can be further personalized by the owner in collaboration with Mulliner, favoring the use of sustainable materials.
All examples of the Belgian collection are based on the Bentayga V8 version. This means that they are equipped with a 4.0 liter V8 twin-turbo engine with 404 kW/550 hp and 770 Nm of torque. Power is sent to all four wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Those interested in purchasing one of the ten examples should visit the dealerships in Antwerp, Brussels and Knokke. The SUV will be presented during the Brussels Stephex Masters competition, which takes place from August 24 to 28.