BENTAYGA V8 DESIGN SERIES April 14, 2019 Cars 359 Bentley is introducing the new Bentayga V8 Design Series – a contemporary-styled and visually dynamic version of the world’s most luxurious SUV – with exclusive new colour combinations introduced especially for customers in the Middle East. The Design Series blends unique Mulliner exterior and interior features, together with a suite of existing Bentayga options, to create a highly desirable special edition. Handcrafted in Crewe, England, the special edition Bentayga Design Series is based on the dynamic and agile Bentayga V8. It joins an extraordinary line-up of models that includes the Bentayga Speed and the Bentayga Hybrid. The Design Series further enhances the Bentayga’s elegantly sculpted and athletic stance, reflecting supreme levels of luxury and performance. Key new Mulliner features include Palladium Grey Paragon alloy wheels and Self Levelling Wheel Badges. Inside the colour-themed cabin, an all-new carbon fibre weave and Duotone colour palette are available for the first time, as well as accent design line colour split Beluga, Hotspur, or, Newmarket Tan main hide seats and a stylish Breitling clock with mother of pearl face. The Design Series further enhances the Bentayga V8’s road presence, already sculpted with an elegant, timeless execution. The SUV’s athletic stance has been amplified to create a dynamically striking and contemporary design statement. Bentayga Blackline specification is included as standard, with imposing features such as a body-coloured lower front bumper apron and twin gloss black tailpipes, to showcase the V8’s distinctive burble. Discreet Design Series badging on the lower front doors identifies this Bentayga’s special edition credentials. New Mulliner Paragon wheels are presented in a seven-spoke design, finished in a dark metallic Palladium Grey with polished accents. The Design Series also sees the introduction of the unique, Mulliner Self Levelling Wheel Badge. The ‘B’ badge centres maintain a vertical orientation as the wheels rotate, thanks to a sophisticated weighting mechanism.