Bentley Unveils Luxury Benchmark with New Bentayga EWB Mulliner


The British automaker’s flagship Bentley Bentayga SUV comes with exclusive rims, specialized leather, and cutting-edge Airline Seat Specification.

Bentley, the iconic British luxury automaker, introduces a new pinnacle in its lineup with the Bentayga EWB Mulliner. The model isn’t an entirely new entrant but a more luxurious variant of the existing Bentayga SUV, tailored by Bentley’s in-house customization division, Mulliner.

The new EWB Mulliner stands out from the standard Bentayga with an array of exclusive standard features and customizable options. Visually distinct are the 22-inch custom-designed wheels and a unique Double Diamond chrome grille. Additional exterior highlights include exclusive front wing vents and mirror caps that are available in both body and satin silver color options. For those preferring fewer chrome elements, the Blackline Specification package replaces chrome ornaments with high-gloss black finishes, including the badges.

Built on an elongated wheelbase, this new model offers either a four- or five-seat configuration. Regardless of the chosen layout, the EWB Mulliner comes standard with highly advanced Airline Seat Specifications for rear passengers. These seats boast 22-way adjustability, 12 built-in electric motors, and their own climate control systems.

Further enhancing its luxurious ambiance, the vehicle features unique Mulliner Harmony Diamond Quilt leather upholstery with contrasting red diamond-shaped stitching, creating a 3D effect. This design continues onto the door panels. The dashboard and center console are adorned in a rich Olive Tan leather, accompanied by black-painted wood trim. Complementing the luxurious interiors is the Bentley Diamond Illumination system, consisting of LED lights embedded in the doors that shine through small perforations in the leather upholstery, adding an extra layer of sophistication.

Under the hood, the Bentley Bentayga EWB Mulliner houses a 4.0-liter bi-turbo V8 engine, generating a robust 550 horsepower and 770 Nm of torque. Paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission, the vehicle accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.6 seconds, topping out at a maximum speed of 290 km/h.

As of now, Bentley has yet to disclose the pricing details for the new model.

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