Bentley has unveiled a one-off Bentayga by Mulliner ahead of horse racing’s Cheltenham Festival, which it says has been “inspired by the sport of kings”.
Mechanically identical to the standard Bentayga, the firm’s customisation arm Mulliner has instead opted to add a range of exterior and interior quirks in partnership with The Jockey Club to celebrate the annual horse racing festival.
It’s painted in a Spruce finish, which Bentley describes as a modern take on British Racing green, which is complimented by 21-inch diamond-turned black alloy wheels.
The cabin is upholstered in tweed and leather, with light blue contrast stitching on the doors and seat quilting — while Burr Walnut veneer is used around the interior to mimic the furniture used in The Jockey Club’s private rooms at Cheltenham, with an embroidered golden horse graphic in each seat to finish the look.
Unfortunately for those interested, Bentley will only be producing the one car, but it does offer an insight to the level of customisation Mulliner can achieve on a customer’s new Bentayga — prices for which start from £162,700.