After being facelifted by Bentley, the 2021 Bentayga has fallen into the hands of German tuner Mansory. The tuner’s proposal for the luxury SUV covers every aspect of it and includes exterior and interior ‘refinements’, along with a healthy power boost.
Starting on the outside, the Bentayga has received a wide body conversion. It features a full carbon fiber bonnet with a more aggressive design, new grille with vertical slats, aprons with side blades and thin light strips under the fog lamps.
The front and rear fenders have been widened and they are paired to the side skirts. The carbon fiber mirror caps are part of the makeover, as are the roof wing and tailgate spoiler, a new rear bumper that incorporates a six-fin diffuser and the round quad exhaust pipes. Buyers can choose from 23- or 24-inches wheels with red accents that contrast the black body of the SUV.
As expected, the cockpit follows a similar theme to the exterior, getting new black and red leather upholstery with diamond pattern on the seats, center armrest and door panels. Red stitching and carbon fiber inserts can be seen throughout the cabin, and the tuner’s logo decorates the seats, dashboard and floor mats.
Under the hood, Mansory says it will upgrade the 4.0-liter V8’s turbos, re-map the ECU and add a new exhaust system to boost power to 750 PS (739 HP / 552 kW) and 1,020 Nm (752 lb-ft) of torque, up from 550 PS (542 HP / 405 kW) and 770 Nm (568 lb-ft). This helps it accelerate to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.7 seconds while top speed is listed at 317 km/h (197 mph).