If anything, the large headlights and upright grille found their way to the Mulsanne flagship sedan. We’re very happy to see the styling cues borrow more heavily from the Continental GT Speed.
Inside, the cabin is lavish, with the classic opulence you’d expect from Bentley. It is home to a high-tech instrument panel for the driver, including a head-up display and full digital instrument panel.
At the driver’s disposal is some serious tech, including a self-leveling air suspension with settings for on- and off-road performance, adaptive cruise control that senses curves in the road and changes speed accordingly, and even a traffic sign recognition system. That’s just the tip of the proverbial iceberg.
Oh, and about that name, it’s not made up. Bentayga is the name of a small mountain range in the Canary Islands, which is a tax haven for the super-rich. Bentley did their homework.
The Bentayga will be in attendance at the Frankfurt Auto Show, Sept 15 to 27. Deliveries of the all-new luxury SUV will start in early 2016.