Bentley introduced an updated version of the Bentayga crossoverJuly 1, 2020
The British brand has published images of its luxury crossover Bentley Bentayga 2021 model year. The novelty received a new look, plug-in hybrid engines, as well as small changes in the interior.
In 2015, Bentley introduced the Bentayga, which became the first crossover in the history of the company. In a fairly short time, he became the company’s best-selling model. A couple of minutes ago, the company’s press service showed us an updated version of the model.
The brand claims that each body panel in front and rear is new, which was created using the latest styling that was first shown on the updated Continental GT and Flying Spur models.
At the front of the car, changes include a larger, more upright false radiator grille and an elliptical headlamp design – a first for Bentley models. Elliptical lights and a new very wide rear door appeared at the rear. Bentley also moved the number plate into the bumper, redesigning the tailpipes to mimic the new shape of the tail lights.
Inside, several improvements were made – a new steering wheel and door trim. The dashboard was redesigned, and the screen of the infotainment system received a diagonal of 10.9 inches. Bentley even replaced the central air vents with a single one that has a Breitling watch. The Bentayga can accommodate four or five passengers – there is also a three-row version of the car with seven seats. Those who choose a five-seat layout get new seat frames and additional rear seat ventilation.
The 2021 Bentayga will be offered with a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 that will develop 542 horsepower (770 Nm). The high-performance version of the crossover – Bentayga Speed, will receive a W12 engine. In addition, at the end of this year, a plug-in hybrid version of the model will be offered.
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