Bentley Bentayga gets an exclusive version from Kahn

Bentley Bentayga gets an exclusive version from Kahn

September 18, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The idea of ​​the perfect Bentayga has always belonged to tuning companies. After visiting Kahn Automobiles Bentayga Centenary Edition, it’s hard to name a Bentley. To get such a crossover, you have to shell out more than $ 180,000.

Few looking at the Bentley Bentayga think this car is too ordinary and soft. These vehicles take thousands of hours to assemble and are manufactured to the highest standards. In addition, there are special versions from the manufacturer that further enhance the status of an already excellent car. It is difficult to imagine that such a product may not satisfy someone. But these people exist and money is not a problem for them. This is where Kahn Automobiles takes over.

The tuner’s latest creation is called the Centenary Edition, but it’s not just a redesign of the Bentley Bentayga that some would try. Instead, the exterior of the Centenary Edition features subtle glossy black accents and dark safety glasses. These features are complemented by additional details that can really change the look of the car.

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Kahn offers a new front spoiler, darkened tailpipes, tinted headlights and taillight surrounds, a new rear bumper trim and a sea of ​​other dark accents where chrome used to be. The exterior is finished off with 23-inch Kahn Le Mans alloy wheels wrapped in Continental Sport Contact 6 rubber.

Inside, the seats, center glove box, door panels and steering wheel are trimmed with luxurious leather, which is expected to be even more luxurious than the material used in the standard SUV. Since customization is an important part of Kahn’s design, the company will customize any exterior or interior color for the client. Finally, bulletproof glass is offered, which is claimed to be lighter than regular safety glass.