Bentley Bentayga Looks Magnificent with the Mansory Wide Aero Kit and Power Upgrade

Bentley released the Bentayga about six months ago, the model being considered the most powerful SUV in the world and coming with the company`s luxurious signature at the same time.

But there are also outstanding Bentaygas that have received outstanding aftermarket programs and which kinda fill up the gaps left by the carmaker. The latest example of a fine tuner SUV is the one seen below and which has received the new aero kit and a power boost from Mansory tuning company.

As we can depict from the media gallery, the Bentley Bentayga by Mansory is looking more aggressive, thanks to the tuner`s wide aero kit, with the main highlights focusing on carbon fiber elements as well as on the car`s new carbon finish with contrasting body colour.

We should mention the new carbon integrated front lip, custom LED daytime running lights, new front grille and extremely light carbon hood, tailgate spoiler, bespoke sport exhaust system with two double tailpipes, air inlets vents or carbon mirror housing.

The new wide body kit is complemented with the massive alloy wheels, sized 10.5 x 23 inches Y5/1 front and rear, all wrapped with Continental tires with 295/35ZR23 measures.

Inside, the cabin welcomes you with a more luxurious feel, thanks to the newly-added hand-made leather upholstery, stitched floor mats, aluminum pedals or steering wheel with sport accents.

The car`s main highlight remains under the hood, the Mansory Bentley Bentayga`s W12 engine now coming with an ECU remapping and sports silencer which raise its power to a total of impressive 710 horsepower and whopping 1,050 Nm of torque. Unfortunately, the carmaker has nor released any performance figures.

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Written by Eduard Huma

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