Now that Bentley’s off-road luxo barge has become available across dealerships, tuning companies are starting to get their hands on examples to play with.
For example Startech has its own opinion about the British racing green hue – which now needs to be associated with a model capable of doing supercar stunts without any tarmac underneath. The aftermarket specialist has decided to spice the exterior not only with this interesting green hue, but also with lots of carbon fiber – though putting that much up front practically negates the go anywhere capabilities of this utterly expensive SUV. There’s nothing outrageous – once you get your mind wrapped around a tuned SUV that costs a fortune – though that changes when you reach the back, where the quad exhaust setup does look out of character.
Anyways, additional technicalities include the new springs lowering the ride by 25 mm, as well as a batch of Startech Monostar S alloys in 23×10.5 inches wrapped in 295/35 ZR 23 Continental SportContact 6 tires. There’s not much more to talk about – because there’s no word of power enhancements – yet, as the company might be still be cooking the engine tuning kit. Not that it needs more power with the 6-liter W12 capable of 608 hp and a 301 km/h top speed.