With over 10 billion possible combinations.
You may never get a chance to own one, but configuring a Bentley on the company's online configurator is a great way to kill some time. The recently-refreshed 2021 Bentley Bentayga has just been added to the configurator so you can live out your fantasies of owning a customized ultra-luxury SUV with a 542-horsepower twin-turbo V8.
"My job is to unite technology and luxury in the production of digital Bentleys with the same fusion of craftsmanship, innovation, and sustainability as our physical cars," said Bentley's Virtual Media Manager, Paul Chapman. "I am often asked how many images are required to recreate a Bentley - which can have up to 10 billion possible configurations - in the digital space, and the new Bentayga required 280,000 images to display all the customer options. If I was to print them all out on A4 paper, the stack of paper would be 28 meters high."
It would be nearly impossible to show off all of the paint and interior combinations available but we have taken screenshots of some of our favorites. Although most customers will likely go for a conservative color, we enjoy the outrageous hues such as Apple Green, Radium, Azure Purple, Candy Red, Orange Flame, and Kingfisher. These excellent color options can then be paired with 21- or 22-inch wheels in black or silver.
Inside, Bentley offers five different color split options for the hides with up to 10 leather colors to choose from. These lovely leathers can then be paired with 10 veneer choices including Diamond Brushed Aluminum, Carbon Fiber, Crown Cut Walnut, Dark Fiddleback Eucalyptus, Dark Stained Burr Walnut, Koa, Liquid Amber, Tamo Ash, and Piano Black.
Bentley does not include pricing on its configurator but even with a starting price of around $168,300, there are still plenty of options to select. Some of the most notable additions include a Smoker's Specification, Sunshine Specification, carbon-ceramic brakes, acoustic glass, Breitling clock, biometric storage, console bottle cooler, Naim audio, and lambswool rugs.