This configurator is perhaps one of the most comprehensive you will find for any car, which is fitting because the Bentayga is highly customizable. This is no more evident than in the paint section of the configurator where there are so many options, that it is actually divided into dedicated sections of different shades.
For example, there’s a section of Blues with almost two dozen options, a Greens section with nine options, and more. You can also select one of 27 available ‘Duo-Tone’ finishes from Mulliner which is exactly what we have done with our perfect Bentayga, selecting a finish of Moonbeam over Moroccan Blue.
As for wheels, there are three different options available with 10 finishes to choose from. The interior is also highly customizable with various shades of single tone and two-tone leather. Ours has a mixture of Portland leather for the main hide and Burnt Oak for the secondary hide.
There are also a number of optional extras available such as ceramic brakes, rear privacy glass, an electrically detracting tow bar, a Mulliner biometric secure stowage area, and mood lighting.
As it stands, the facelifted Bentayga has only been presented in V8 form. This variant features a 4.0-liter twin-turbo engine rated at 542 hp and 568 lb-ft (770 Nm) of torque. Down the road, both plug-in hybrid and 6.0-liter twin-turbo W12 variants will be added to the range.