Does this $239,000 Creative Bespoke Bentayga tickle your fancy?

If the Mansory Bentayga had a brother...this would be it

5w ago

When the Bentley Bentayga came out back in 2015, it was only going to be a matter of time until some third-party companies got their hands on it. But since this is a five year old car now (and was never the prettiest to begin with), maybe it is due an upgrade?

Creative Bespoke have gotten their hands on this Bentley Bentayga and have completely overhauled the thing. They've even referred to it as a 'rolling work of art', but we will see about that as it's hardly a 250 GTO, is it?

This Bentayga now features: a wide body kit, with fender and side skirt extensions, new front apron with side blades, a custom bonnet which looks like a dragon's nostrils, an uprated diffuser, roof wing and tailgate spoiler. You will also notice the black paint has been nicely contrasted by several red accents which are subtle yet effective. It now rides on new 23-inch Onyx forged wheels too.

On the inside, Creative Bespoke has filled it with diamond stitching along the red and black leather seats. And of course, this one has all the optional extras such as a sunroof, multi-zone climate control, premium audio, sat-nav, heated power seats, electric tailgate, night vision and more.

So if you want this twin-turbo 4.0L V8 powered 2019 Bentley Bentayga then you will have to fork out $239,000 which is around $55,000 more than the standard one from the factory. But you have to bear in mind that this Mansory-looking luxury SUV does have a supposed $90k worth of upgrades.

Would you drop $239k on this?

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Comments (10)

  • It's nice, but not 240k nice. It looks like a Dodge Charger with a Bentley badge.

      1 month ago
  • Why does it have a chin?

      1 month ago
  • Hmmmm...a shedload extra coin for an entirely expected color palette and a few other bits and bobs? Sounds neither terribly creative nor bespoke but I suppose their branding leans heavily on aspiration, so cheers. πŸ™„πŸ˜’πŸ˜‰

      1 month ago
  • The standard version looks far better, no need to spend extra on making the car less classy and thug like!

      1 month ago
  • It’s a Cool Bentley but looks a bit yobbish

      1 month ago