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British luxury carmaker Bentley has revealed a special version of its V8-powered Bentayga SUV. The Bentley Bentayga V8 Design Series adds a few cosmetic flairs to both the exterior and interior of the luxury SUV, while the mechanicals remain unchanged compared to the regular V8 model.
The special edition version of the British luxury SUV sports SUV is powered by the same 4.0-litre twin-turbo engine as the original, THe engine cranks out 545bhp and 770Nm of torque. The engine allows the Bentayga V8 Design Series to sprint from 0–100km/h in just over 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 289.682km/h.
In terms of the external design, the new new changes are quite subtle with the the special-edition SUV sporting self-levelling Mulliner badges along with the others like blacked out exhaust tips, new seven-spoke alloy wheels. Other changes include a body coloured front apron and an enamel Design Series badge. All of the Bentayga V8 Design Series SUV's blingy and shiny chrome work has been blacked out as well.
The Bentayga V8 Design Series adds an all-new interior design finish to one of the world's most powerful sports utility vheicles. The dual-tone seat palette is offered in four colourful options - Pillar Box Red, Orange, Mulliner White and Klein Blue - around the Beluga-main hide used in the SUV.
In addition to this, the Bentayga V8 Design Series SUV is offered with a brand new carbon-fibre weave on the inside, which has been developed speciifcally for this special-edition model. The centre console and the central fasica of the SUV is finished in Piano black with the dash sporting a lower accent area finished in the same colour as the secondary one used for the seats.
Bentley has not revealed any prices for this special Bentayga V8 Design Series model, though they are expected to be slightly higher than that charged for the regular V8 version of the SUV. Bentley will mark 100 years of existnace on the 10th of July 2019 and the new special-edition Bentayga V8 Desugn Series looks to keep that dream of powerful British luxury cars alive for a lot longer on the roads.