Bentley Bentayga Mulliner: The Priciest Among All The Luxury SUVs
The 2017 Bentley Bentayga Mulliner is set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show and it is touted as the “Ultimate Luxury SUV” by the automaker. The exterior of the Mulliner is said to stand out with its two-tone paint job. While the inside of the luxury SUV continues to set itself apart with two-tone leather seating and a refrigerated compartment.
The Bentley Bentayga Mulliner
According to Car And Driver, the 2017 Bentley Bentayga Mulliner is considered as the priciest sport-utility SUV with a starting price of $235,525. The exterior of the Mulliner is defined by its two-tone paint, color-matched lower bodywork, chrome grilles in the lower fascia and 22-inch Paragon wheels Bentley logo displayed at the center. The interior emphasizes its difference from the other SUVs with its two-tone leather seating, a compartment, customizable ambient lighting in 15 color variants, illuminated sill plates and the special wood covers that fade from burr walnut to black.
The Bentley Bentayga Mulliner also comes with standard features and items that are normally optional on another Bentayga vehicle, which is the Touring Specification and the 1950-watt Naim audio system. This Touring Specification includes the adaptive cruise control, night vision, lane-keeping assist, a head-up display and more. For those not up on Mulliner, it’s essentially Bentley’s custom shop. And it’s usually reserved for one-off projects, commissioned by the highest echelon of Bentley’s customers.
Bentley Bentayga Mulliner's Refrigerated compartment
According to CNET, there's a Mulliner bottle cooler in the rear of the cabin. The allocated space for the small refrigerator is illuminated and it comes with crystal flutes. Capping off the fancy-pants interior is a configurable mood lighting system featuring 15 different colors. Aside from that, buyers can opt for the Linley Hamper, which attaches an actual refrigerator and a storage area for dry goods. The Mulliner Tourbillon will also be available so that driver can put a Breitling-built watch smack dab in the center of the dashboard.
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