This Bentley Bentayga looks crazy enough to be part of Mansory’s portfolio. However, it was not signed by the controversial German tuner, but by Creative Bespoke.
As anyone can see, it features a wide body kit, with fender and side skirt extensions, new front apron with side blades, custom hood, diffuser, roof wing and tailgate spoiler. The black paint finish is contrasted by several red accents and the luxury SUV rides on 23-inch Onyx forged wheels, wrapped in Continental tires.
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Inside you’ll find black and red leather upholstery in a diamond pattern and plenty of chrome trim. It’s also equipped with just about anything you can find in a Bentayga, from the infotainment system to the analogue clock sitting between the mid air vents, sunroof, multi-zone climate control, premium audio, sat-nav, heated power seats, electric tailgate, night vision and more.
The twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine was tuned to produce around 700 horsepower, up from the stock Bentayga’s 542 HP, which takes 4.4 seconds to hit 60 mph (96 km/h) and can keep going up to a maximum speed of 180 mph (290 km/h).
Apparently the only one in North America, this 2019 Bentayga, which has a little over 4,400 miles (7,081 km) on the odo, has over $90k worth of upgrades and is “a rolling work of art”, the tuner said. The SUV is for sale at $239,000, or over $55,500 more than the 2021 model, and you can find the ad here.