This Video Of Bentley's Mulliner Division Shows Why The Bentayga Costs More Than A House


Your house wasn't made with such a high level of craftsmanship.

Cars like the Bentley Bentayga are outrageously expensive for many reasons. One of the biggest is the level of craftsmanship and the time it takes to construct each and every car, both inside and out. This video from Bentley shows just how detailed the artisans in the automaker’s Mulliner division are. It depicts the creation of the Mountain Marquetry, a handcrafted veneer of the Roque Bentayga, a mountainous region located in Spain’s Gran Canaria island.

The construction of this piece takes hours and requires 32 layers of wood from six different tree species. The result is truly stunning and proves that Bentley isn’t just charging customers for a name (to an extent). Check out this video to see just how meticulous and intense the creation process for the Mountain Marquetry really is.

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