We don’t know about you, but we’ve yet to see an actual Bentley Bentayga on the streets, in real life. As far as rare cars go, the Bentley Bentayga is pretty rare at the moment. With a price tag of a quarter of a million dollars, only a selected few can afford it, and even less want to actually own one.
Nonetheless, Bentley has decided that what their ultra-exclusive, rare, unique SUV needed… was more originality. With a dose of exotica of course.
Queue the Bentley Bentayga Falconry. Yes, Falconry as in the sport of training falcons. This insane creation has been created by the mad boffins over at Bentley’s Mulliner personalization division, and although it’s a normal Bentayga for the most part, it boasts a couple of unique styling details.
The boot features all of the bespoke falconry expedition equipment necessary for a good experience, as well as the ever-important “master flight station” instead of the refreshment case which you can normally find there. The boot also boasts a perches so that an actual falcon can rest. The owner is provided with binoculars and the mandatory GPS bird tracking unit as well.
The interior has been completely redesigned too. The “sweeping desert scene” on the dash has been made from 430 individual parts of woods, sourced from all over the world. Mulliner takes nine days to put the entire thing together by hand apparently.
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The cabin’s red leather has been accented by the brown Hotspur-hide-trimmed accessories, as well as several Falconry decals, most notably on the dash over at the front passenger’s side.
The price for all of this uniqueness? A tad above or below one million pounds, depending on the configuration. So folks, would you rather have this, or a McLaren P1? It was a rhetorical question, don’t answer that.