Big, big, superficial but Bentley Bentayga is still considered to be more complete in terms of design and that’s exactly what the British brand is trying to change with the new facelift.
Being photographed by the hunting wing in Europe, the Bentayga facelift equipped with a new headlight identical to the recently launched Flying Spur earlier this year. The front of the car does not seem to receive any other upgrades on this test, but the finished product will probably use the front bumper with a design radiator also inspired by the sedan.
The rear end is also upgraded with taillights glaring through the thick outer camouflage. It’s quite hard to recognize the overall design of this device, but it looks like oval LED laces are quite similar to Continental GT.
Bentayga interior is expected to be upgraded only slightly when the current cabin has been the luxury and the most advanced in the market. The areas that Bentley can upgrade on the SUV are not many, perhaps revolving around updating infotainment system software and adding driver assistance technology.
The engine options are expected to stay the same, but the capacity increases slightly. The W12 6.0L twin turbocharged version revolves around 620 hp (from 600) – on the same level as Flying Spur at 626 horsepower. The Bentayga Speed ‚Äč‚Äčversion can thus increase to 640 to 660 “horses” like Continental GT Speed ‚Äč‚Äčis about to launch to confront the Black Badge version Rolls-Royce intends to introduce to Cullinan. The car also has dual-turbo V8 4.0L and electric hybrid versions.
Bentley Bentayga facelift is expected to launch next year.