Mansory is currently working on a kit for the Bentayga, and they stated that they do not “scrimp” on using carbon fiber, even if the exotic material is concealed under several layers of lacquer.
The bodywork kit will include “extensive” modifications, and will be completed by a set of “XXL light alloy wheels,” which will have a diameter of 23 inches.
Furthermore, Mansory also promises a “substantial increase” in performance for the Bentayga. Naturally, the tuner will complement exterior modifications with a full interior package.
Considering the price of a new Bentayga, one could only imagine how much it will cost to have one fully customized by Mansory.
As far as the interior of Bentley’s first-ever SUV is concerned, Mansory has announced a package of carbon fiber trim for an individual look. This time, the upholstery has been created by a team comprised of their design specialists and Mansory’s upholstery crew.
Together, the two teams worked as one to develop a carbon-based design for the interior of the car. We expect it to look completely different from what Bentley provides, but its look might be a polarizing one, as many of Mansory’s creations are. It’s easy, you either love it or hate it, there’s no in between with this tuning specialist.
The Bentayga interior package from Mansory will not be comprised just of carbon fiber, as the team will also use top quality Alcantara and flawless leather, as well as wood ornaments. Regarding the latter, we are curious to see what a tuning specialist can do when compared to the veneer masters at Bentley.