This limited edition Bentley Bentayga comes with an interior inspired by Japanese traditional parquet work


Bentley has introduced a new limited edition version of the Bentayga luxury SUV created by the automaker’s coach-building arm and personal commissioning department Mulliner. Limited to only 10 examples, the special edition Bentayga has been created exclusively for Japan. In terms of special touches, the exterior features a special silver beige paint job called Porcelain and the SUV is fitted with 22-inch Mulliner Paragon wheels that have hubcaps with Bentley logo that always remain stay right side up. In addition to that, the special edition Bentley Bentayga sports bright chrome matrix grille and the union jack emblem on the door handle.

On the inside, the cabin is wrapped in the linen white and imperial blue hides which are complimented with camel brown stitching. The highlight inside the cabin, however, is the wood strip on the dashboard which is inspired by the parquet from Japanese traditional craft. It is created with the combination of three kinds of materials, black tulip and maple, and mother of pearl. It took three months to complete each panel. There is no information if the special edition comes with some mechanical updates or not. The limited edition Bentley Bentayga by Mulliner is priced at 30.86 million yen (about $285,000) and deliveries are expected to begin in the first quarter of 2019.

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[Via:Car.Watch]