Did you notice the vented hood? Of course you have, as it is one of those in-your-face modifications. The posh British luxury crossover has fender flares, new side mirror casings, and side skirt attachments, too. The forged wheels measure 10x24 inches on both axles, and they're part of the tuner's FD.15 series. And as you already know, since it has become the norm when it comes to Mansory's builds, most add-ons sport a forged carbon look.
Open the door, and you will be struck by the orange upholstery. It was applied to pretty much every component, from the dashboard, center console, steering wheel, and gear shifter to the seats, door cards, and floor. It has a diamond pattern here and there, and the occasional Mansory logo rounds off the makeover as far as the cabin is concerned.
The Bentley Bentayga V8 S normally enjoys 542 hp (550 ps/405 kW) and 568 lb-ft (770 Nm) of torque from its twin-turbo eight-banger. This allows it to sprint to sixty miles an hour (97 kph) in 4.4 seconds before topping out at 180 mph (290 kph). Mansory's version, however, is way more powerful. The tuner says the output has increased to 750 horses that are likely metric. It translates to 739 bhp/552 kW. The torque is now rated at 752 lb-ft (1,020 Nm).
This part would normally be reserved for the performance times, but unfortunately, Mansory hasn't released them yet. They do say that much more will come, so we guess they have more upgrades for the luxury high-rider, which shares its construction with the VW Touareg, Audi Q7, Porsche Cayenne, and Lamborghini Urus. What we also do not know is if it was built at the request of one of the tuner's clients. However, it probably was. Otherwise, they would've said that it was for sale. And you know that anything that wears the signature of Mansory tends to be very pricey; therefore, the owner likely paid a small fortune for the upgrades.