It's a tuning firm's idea of the perfect Bentayga.
There aren't many of us who look at a car like the Bentley Bentayga and think that it's a bit too common, a bit too bland. These cars take thousands of hours to put together and are finished to the highest standard. Sure, some people may require that their super SUV be more secure than others, but the car itself is still excellent. Then there are special editions from the manufacturer that elevate the car's status even further. It's mind-boggling to think that this won't satisfy some. Yet, these people do exist, and for them, money is not an object. That's where Kahn Automobiles takes over.
Its latest creation is called the Centenary Edition, but it's not a brash, OTT redesign as some would attempt to pull off. Instead, the Centenary Edition features subtle gloss black accents and dark-tinted privacy glass. Complementing these features is the addition of some optional parts that can truly transform the look of the car.
Kahn offers a new front spoiler, darkened tailpipes, tinted headlight and taillight surrounds, a new rear bumper trim, and a sea of other dark accents where there would normally be chrome. The finishing touch for the exterior is the addition of 23-inch Kahn Le Mans alloy wheels wrapped in Continental Sport Contact 6 rubber.
Inside, the seats, center glove box, door panels, and steering wheel have all been retrimmed in lavish leather that is expected to be even more luxurious than the material you get in the SUV as standard. Since customization is an important part of making Kahn's designs stand out, the company will match the color of the exterior or the interior upholstery to anything you can supply. Finally, bulletproof glass that is claimed to be lighter than regular protection glass is also offered.
Naturally, you can pick and choose what you like, but if you want a complete Bentayga already worked on, the company offers one for the equivalent of over $180,000. Standing out isn't cheap.