While the Bentayga’s performance has been kept the same – a twin-turbo 4.0L V8 pushing 542 horsepower and 568 pound-feet of torque — the new Special Edition is certainly a unique nod to cowboy culture. Built with the help of Bentley’s own bespoke builders from Mulliner, the collaboration is available in three different colors: Onyx, Dark Cashmere, and White Sand. All three pay homage to various iconic hat models made by Stetson.
Moving to the interior, Mulliner has honored Texan heritage with a three-tone color scheme made up of camel hide, saddle brown, and burnt oak detailing. Diamond-quilted patterning can be found on the seats, door panels, and floor mats, all made with a “boot stitching” method. Both front seats feature embroidered “STETSON” logos below the head rests, with the treadplate inserts on either side of the vehicle emblazoned with “MULLINER STETSON.” As an extra touch of luxury, Bentley accents its interior with open-pore liquid amber veneer, sourced directly from American Red Gum trees in the US.
The Bentley Bentayga Stetson Special Edition is available exclusively at Bentley Dallas, and the first one has been listed at $246,500 USD. Two more will be coming in October and November, but each car will be customized differently depending on the customer’s preferences.
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