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Bentley Bentayga First Edition debuts at Los Angeles

Bentley Bentayga First Edition

The First Editon features numerous distinguishing elements inside and outside.

The very first unit of the Bentley Bentayga has been sold to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II but the first lot of cars destined for other wealthy customers will be branded as First Edition. The special edition was previewed to select customers at Sunset Marquis Hotel, Los Angeles.

The Bentley Bentayga First Edition is limited to 608 units globally. The number signifies the world’s most powerful SUV’s power output metric units. The 6.0-litre W12 petrol engine generates 608 PS and 900 Nm of torque which make the Bentayga the fastest production SUV in the world with a top speed of 301 kmph. 0-100 kmph comes in just 4.1 seconds.

Bentley Bentayga First Edition interior

The cabin gets unique Breitling watch and diamond-in-diamond quilted leater seats and door trims.

The Bentayga First Edition will differentiate itself from the regular model by means of several elements such as a unique Breitling watch (not the Breitling dashboard clock which costs 160,000 pounds), Union Jack exterior badging, 22-inch black painted and polished alloy wheels, 10 special exterior color options and illuminated tread plates.

Inside, exclusivity of the First Edition model comes from Union Jack fascia badging, diamond-in-diamond quilted leather seats and door trims, contrast stitching, embroidered seats and bespoke ambient lighting.

Bentley’s first ever SUV has been a huge hit as evident from the fact that the first year’s produce has already been sold out. If you book a Bentayga now, you will have to wait for over a year before driving it to your castle or mansion.

Bentley Bentayga First Edition – Photos

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