World’s Fastest SUV ! Bentley has revealed the 2021 Bentley Bentayga Speed lux SuperSUV.
The Speed is described as the “most powerful and performance orientated Bentayga to date”.
A top speed of 190 mph means “the new Bentayga Speed remains the fastest SUV in the world”.
British luxury automaker Bentley Motors has revealed details and images of the new 2021 Bentayga Speed luxury SUV.
Described by Bentley as the “most powerful and performance orientated Bentayga to date”, the hand-built combines performance and luxury features.
Bentley’s chair and chief executive Adrian Hallmark said :
“The new Bentayga Speed remains the fastest SUV in the world, but more that, it’s also the most luxurious version of the new Bentayga – the best of both worlds, the pinnacle.”
Built on the refreshed design of the 2021 Bentayga, the super-SUV still combines a massive W12 powertrain with other new features to make it one of the most luxurious SUVs in the world.
Exterior styling changes on the 2021 Bentley Bentayga Speed include dark-tint grilles and headlights; body-coloured side skirts, unique front and rear bumpers; elongated tailgate spoiler and dark-tint taillights.
Inside, the Bentayga Speed gets a colour split cabin upholstery as well as Alcantara seat cushions and backrest centre.
Other features includes headliner, a high-resolution 10.9-inch touchscreen; wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto; USB-C outlets; and a bigger and faster tablet for the rear seats passengers.
The new Bentayga Speed is equipped with four on-road Drive Dynamics modes : Comfort, Sport, Custom and the Bentley mode.
The Speed is powered by 6.0-litre W12 twin-turbocharged engine that delivers 626bhp. It allows a 0 to 60 mph sprint in 3.8 seconds (0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds).
While it’s slower from 0 to 60 mph than most high-performance SUVs; the Speed’s top-speed of 190 mph (306kph) means the super-SUV is still the fastest Sports Utility Vehicle on the market.
The Speed will go on sale early next year in the Americas, Middle East and Asia Pacific regions. According to Bentley, these are regions where demand for 12-cylinder SUVs remains strong.
Prices hasn’t been revealed, but it is expected to start around $245,000 (£188,000).