After a little over four years of career, the time has come for the Bentley Bentayga to get a new look. Without revolutionizing it, the Crewe-based manufacturer is making its model evolve design-wise while keeping the same engine.
The changes are most visible at the rear. The stern is transformed thanks to new lights, which are no longer large rectangular pavers but elegant ovals, similar to the Continental GT. The space for the license plate is located below, the shield is reworked and the name “Bentley” is affixed to the new tailgate just below the logo of the brand, giving the Bentayga undeniable finesse and dynamism.
At the front, the grille becomes wider and straighter while the shield, with new air intakes, is more aggressive. The projectors have also been redesigned and display a new elliptical light signature. On board, the innovations continue with a redesigned center console, a revised steering wheel, and completely redesigned air vents.
A new generation of multimedia systems is also emerging; still compatible with Android Auto, and for the first time with Apple CarPlay, it comes with a 10.9 inches screen. A 100% digital instrument cluster is also part of the game, while at the rear, passengers benefit from a new 5-inch touchpad. The Bentayga is available as standard with 5 seats, but can also be configured in a 4-seat version, with two individual rear seats, or in a 7-seat variant with three rows of seats.
For the rest, the brand with the winged B announces two new body colors (green “Viridian” and off-white “Patina”), a new finish in a brushed aluminum diamond dark shade, and improved connectivity.