Bentley has unveiled a special one-off project model called the Bentley Bentayga by Mulliner. The creation of this model is celebrate the partnership between Bentley and The Jockey Club as well as taking inspiration from the Jockey Club’s history, Royal connections and fine art pieces.
This extra special Bentayga comes in lustrous Spruce colour which is a modern approach on the famous British Racing Green. The colour is complemented with the Blackline Specification and 21” diamond-turned and black painted wheels in which Bentley claimed to make the car “equally at home in either town or country”
Interior wise, it gets a Cumbrian Green and Saddle leather hues, and a unique colour split which hints at the car’s performance potential while keeping a sophisticated look. To accentuate the tweed, Mulliner has used a light blue contrast stitch to the door and seat quilting. The type of veener being used across the interior is Burr Walnut finished with a straight grained ‘picture frame’ cross-banding technique, which resembles some of the wonderful antique furniture in The Jockey Club’s private rooms.
The passenger veneer panel is finished with a gold horse graphic to add jewellery-like detail. To top it of, each seat features a highly detailed embroidered horse and jockey emblem with a Saddle and Cognac thread for added tactile detail.