I have driven the Bentley Bentayga. It is good and fast and expensive, covered in acres of leather and crystals. But when I drove it, one very key factor was missing from the experience. I wondered, what the hell am I supposed to do with my falcon?
Why buy a Range Rover, or a Bentley Bentayga, or a Jaguar F-Pace, or a Rolls-Royce Mullinan, Porsche Cayenne, or whatever crazy beast Lamborghini cooks into an SUV in the near future when you can say you drive the GV80 magic SUV from Genesis, a car brand that sounds made up!
The best look we have at the potential of Faraday Future’s first car is a series of drag races the company showed off beating a Bentley Bentayga, Ferrari 488 and Tesla Model X. But there’s something that’s weird about the drag races themselves.
While Faraday Future’s business side has some issues with paying its business partners, there’s no question the engineering side of the company is working on some extremely cool stuff. Here’s their prototype development vehicle looking like it’s about to whup the asses of a Bentley Bentayga, Ferrari 488 and Tesla…
Sorry, but everyone is building performance SUVs nowadays, and that means they need to race each other.
I know I’m late to the party on this one, but how did I not know this glorious thing existed? Just look at it. It’s like Go Go Gadget HEADLIGHT WASHER!
Bentley has unveiled the diesel variant of its new Bentayga SUV, and it sure seems like this thing will haul some serious ass. It has two turbos, a supercharger, tons of torque and it’s here to burn all of the oil.
Every real fly fisherman knows all about enjoying hard liquor and finger sandwiches on fine china and stitched leather. It’s really about time we got a Bentley Bentayga worthy of this pastime.
Bentley just sent us these photos of the Bentayga’s wire harness—the huge highway through which electrons travel to allow computers, actuators and sensors to communicate. Like the human central nervous system, the thing is enormous. And also, strangely beautiful.
The 600 horsepower Bentley Bentayga is a monster of an automobile, a massive feat of engineering and speed. But it is absolutely walked by the even more massive Tesla Model X.
We have long been waiting for a $100,000-and-up Cadillac super luxury car to take on the Mercedes S Class and the like. One report suggests that won’t happen. Another believes we should expect even more.
I have finally figured out how the Volkswagen Group is going to pay the exorbitant costs of Dieselgate: it’s the Bentley Bentayga. It has 600 horsepower from a W12 engine, a $229,000 starting price, an interior so opulent it makes a Gulfstream jet look like a crack den, options that are cheerfully, unapologetically…
Bentley believes there are people out there who wish to go to London’s Harrods’ department store, only to spend $86 on the scent of the Bentley Bentayga. I’m confused.
The only reason you’re picking a Bentley Bentayga over a Range Rover is to leave no question about your vast personal wealth, right? So to really stand out you plutocrats better hurry up and grab one of the 608 First Editions, featuring interior panels made from your grandma’s kitchen towels.
Following the introduction of Bentley’s new super-luxury Bentayga SUV at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, executives at Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz are now licking their lips at plans of pushing their SUVs into the same segment.
There are three key selling points for the Bentley Bentayga: Expensive stuff at the back, more expensive stuff at the front and the most expensive grill this side of a Rolls-Royce Phantom. Let’s break them down.