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Limited edition Bentley Bentayga Huntsman gets tweed trim and a chess board

Luke Wilkinson 2019-07-02 13:18

Bentley has teamed up with the renowned Savile Row tailor, Huntsman, to produce a unique Bentayga with a tweed-trimmed interior

Bentley has partnered with the famous Savile Row tailor, Huntsman, to produce a limited edition Bentayga. The collaboratively designed SUV celebrates both companies’ 100th anniversary and features a redesigned interior and unique paint finish. Prices are strictly by application only.

Inside, the Bentayga Huntsman features retrimmed door panels and seat backs, finished in the Huntsman’s “Peck 62” tweed, created to celebrate the tailor’s centenary year. The inner door panels and front seat map pockets are also overlaid with a carbon fibre veneer, while the rear bench receives a Mulliner wooden chessboard.

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Two styling packages are available, with buyers given the choice of either “the Sportsman” or the “the Businessman.” The former features a Candy Red exterior paint finish and an Imperial Blue and Liquid Amber leather interior. The latter comes with two-tone Anthracite paint and dark Beluga interior.

All buyers of the Bentley Bentayga Huntsman edition will also receive a bespoke Huntsman jacket, tailored to their specifications. Customers can choose from a variety of cloth and tweed options, while its lining will be finished in an exclusive fabric, commissioned exclusively for Bentley Motors.

Stefan Sielaff, Director of Design and Mulliner, commented: “Bentley is delighted to bring together two brands which have such an impeccable heritage in the heart of London. The personalisation work we do at Mulliner is about bringing a vision to life – like creating a perfect tailored suit – so adding an element of bespoke Huntsman material is a perfect fit.”

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