Bentley has teamed up with renowned Savile Row tailor Huntsman to create two special bespoke Bentayga SUVs.
The ‘Businessman’ and ‘Sportsman’ Bentaygas use Huntsman fabrics for a bespoke cabin feel that reflects each persona. Take the plunge, and you’ll get a bespoke Huntsman jacket, tailored to your specification.
Inside the Bentaygas you’ll find distinctive interior patterns based on Huntsman tweeds, including the exclusive ‘Peck 62’ – a pattern exclusively used for Huntsman’s centenary in 1962. Fitting that this should be used in collaboration with Bentley in its 100th year.
In the back of the ‘Businessman’ Bentayga you’ll find a dictinctive Mulliner chessboard in the rear seat rest as well as a Huntsman-trimmed drawer that houses the pieces. The chessboard is a nod to the memorable floor in the Jack Barclay Bentley showroom in London.
Overall the ‘Businessman’ is a more urban design, with the exterior being presented in deep black and satin anthracite. On the inside, carbon fibre trim contrasts with tweed trimmings in the door cards.
The ‘Sportsman’ is a more traditional country-geared design. There’s more tweed in combination with imperial blue leather and liquid amber veneer inserts. The outside is a deep candy red.
These special editions are suited and booted. Both would look right at home parked outside Huntsman Savile Row or in the countryside.
“Bentley is delighted to bring together two brands which have such an impeccable heritage in the heart of London – Jack Barclay and Huntsman,” said Stefan Sielaff, director of design and Mulliner, Bentley Motors.
“The personalisaiton 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 to the Bentayga’s lavish and beautiful interior is a perfect fit.”