The Bentley Bentayga has effectively set the idea of ultra-luxury SUV in stone – even if there were other options before it, such as the Range Rover or Cadillac Escalade.
And the company is making sure its Bentayga is one of the most luxurious crossovers in the world after leaving the factory, with an additional new level of opulence set to premiere during the Geneva Motor Show – the Mulliner trim. As we may remember, the nameplate belongs to the in-house personalization service and thus the Swiss-bound example is actually unique with a bespoke inlaid front fascia depicting the Monte Rosa mountain range. Naturally the Mulliner option is only up for grabs using the flagship 6.0-liter W12 with 600 horsepower (447 kilowatts) and 663 pound-feet (900 Newton-meters) of torque – good for a sprint to 62 miles per hour (100 kilometers per hour) in 4.1 seconds and a maximum speed of 187 miles per hour (301 kilometers per hour).
The Mulliner treatment is also a bit secretive on the outside – there’s a badge and body-color lower trim and chrome bumper grilles in the fascia, as well as seven-spoke 22-inch wheels. The trim really shines when reaching the comfy interior – owners can have different colors for the front and rear seats, with seven hues to pick from, and there’s also exclusive to the model Ombré Burr Walnut Veneer wood trim. There are of course more options – optional Breitling clock in solid gold with dedicated winding mechanism, the two passengers in the rear get a bottle cooler in the console that includes Cumbria Crystal flutes, six levels of mood lighting.