Bentley has been the first to enter the ultra-luxury SUV segment. But it had also limited its appearance in this part of the market to itself for several years. Since then, there have been many others like the Rolls-Royce Cullinan and Lamborghini Urus, and the Aston Martin DBX and Mercedes-Maybach GLS600 about to launch. To underscore its brand identity in that sea of six-figure SUVs, the new Bentayga gets a broader grille, and ‘cut glass’ elliptical LED headlights are meant to provide a stylistic link to the Flying Spur and the Continental (Source: Car and Driver). And the new wraparound liftgate, with its oval taillights, acknowledges that the original car’s rear end was short on obvious Bentley cues, the website says.
The 2021 Bentley Bentayga gets a respectable size of 10.9-inch touchscreen with new Android Auto capability. Wireless Apple CarPlay is now standard, and so are USB-C data ports and a wireless phone charger. An improved navigation system features three-dimensional building displays as well as satellite maps. The head-up display now projects traffic information, street names, and distances onto the windshield. A new seat frame on the five-passenger model allowed Bentley to double the travel of the rear-seat recline angle. On a variant, you can get ventilation in the rear seats, a feature that was previously reserved for the four-seater. (Source: Car Scoops)
Bentley also wanted to make the Bentayga a better all-rounder. That is why they didn’t just improve convenience features and trim. But they also added more legroom for rear-seat passengers – an extra 100 mm (3.9 inches) to be precise. “Because owners love it,” Bentayga line director Chris Cole said. “The overwhelming feedback we have had from customers about the car is, ‘Don’t change the way it drives.'”
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