The tests saw a prototype of the updated crossover Bentley Bentayga

The tests saw a prototype of the updated crossover Bentley Bentayga

October 12, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

The new version of the British novelty received this time a minimal amount of camouflage, due to which it can be noted that there are quite few changes in the exterior of the car.

We first saw an updated version of the British crossover Bentley Bentayga in August this year, and today we have a new batch of “spy” snapshots of the new product, which depicts a chic SUV with camouflaged headlights and taillights.

 Obviously, the look of the Bentayga will not change much, but there are a few things worth paying attention to.

  Camouflage in front of the car suggests that there may be slight changes in the headlights’ internal graphics. The general layout of the four round headlights remains unchanged, but there seem to be changes in the lower part of the bumper and the area surrounding the fog lights. The false radiator grille can also be replaced with a new one.

 The changes are also insignificant in the back, where we see that the taillights are covered with tape, which again hints at minor changes. Small parts of the bumper are also masked, but everything else seems to remain unchanged. The presence of oval exhaust pipes indicates that this prototype is most likely equipped with the current 6.0-liter W12 engine, which accelerates the car to 100 km / h in 4.0 seconds. The high-performance Bentayga Speed ​​crossover uses the same engine, but can accelerate the car 0.2 seconds faster, and its maximum speed will be 306 km / h.

  Perhaps some fairly significant changes are hidden in the interior of the new product, at least this part of the car is under strong camouflage – unfortunately, there are no individual photos of the interior.

 Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Bentley showed a special version of the Flying Spur. A special version of the sedan was called Blackline. Its features are special design elements that emphasize the individuality of the car.