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Bentley Bentayga Stealth Edition Is the First One With a Matte Black Look

Ever wondered what a matte black Bentley Bentayga looks like? Well wonder no more, as Bentley Tampa Bay and Aspire Autosports designed the 1 of 1 Bentley Bentayga Stealth Edition.
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Most people don't care about the names of those two companies. However, there are basketball players that just don't know what to do once they've bought the Bentayga. We say that because all the folks in the Middle East are going for the white suit, and there's nothing wrong with that.

But black is as important to the customization industry as gas is to this British bomber of a 4x4. It says "power" while the stealth look adds aggression. And hey, if you don't want to spend time with the color wheel matching those paint finishes, you might as well make everything black.

The first of everything is usually important, but we doubt this Bentayga will get 15 minutes of fame just like that. Still, the guys from Dimmitt Auto Group take their time explaining the features of the Stealth Edition.

Besides the wrap, they also painted several elements in satin black, including the grille, window trim, badges, and grille.

Bentley can do this kind of stuff by themselves, seeing as their Mulliner division cranks out special editions every so often. But they are more about beautiful champagne glasses, beautiful wood inlays, and jewels. If we were to compare that to an elegant dinner at a French restaurant, the matte black Bentayga is a really good hamburger, quick and easy, but packed with flavor.

While the world is still disputing whether the Bentayga is more luxurious than a Mercedes G-Wagon, we'll remind you about the 600 horsepower 6-liter engine hiding under the hood. Because it's based on the Audi Q7, it's relatively light on its feet and can rocket from 0 to 60 in 4 seconds, briskly moving on to a top speed of 187 miles per hour (301 km/h).

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