Bentley Bentayga Bengala is a Brutal and Luxurious Off-Road Monster

In today’s world of SUVs, automakers are competing to improve performance until this type of vehicle becomes one of the fastest and most powerful on the road. Just look at a car like the Lamborghini Urus, it’s an SUV with superb performance figures.

Automakers clearly have the right to make SUVs go faster, although they don’t seem to see off-road capabilities as a main focus anymore, since most luxury SUVs will always choose a smooth road over the rocky one.

When seeing a machine like the Bentley Bentayga Bengala, however, we feel like it’s something different. In terms of luxury, it’s amazing. But on the other hand, it also doesn’t mind taking you almost anywhere you want.

Bentley Bentayga Bengala: a Brutal and Luxurious Off-Road Monster

Bengal Automotive Design SL is the one that builds this incredible Bentley. It’s a Spanish design company that is dedicated to customizing ultra-luxury vehicles with a high level of exclusivity; they usually limit their production number to 15 units worldwide. They have experience in customizing Rolls Royces to full carbon fiber Ferrari F12s.

In the first sight, you should have noticed that this Bentayga is different. It has become an extremely reliable crossover as wanted by Bengala. The revamped front fascia comes with a nudge bar, and there’s a big LED light bar installed on the roof.

Other noticeable changes include the giant off road tyres, side-exit exhaust system, and extended fenders. All this makes the beast ready to be driven through the roughest terrain anytime you want.

Bentley Bentayga Bengala: a Brutal and Luxurious Off-Road Monster

Bengala didn’t create its wild Bentayga alone. The design house collaborated with a Spanish rally driver in the making of the SUV. According to Bengala, this Bentley is a combination of luxury, “brutal appearance and outstanding performance.”

They call it brutal, of course. After all, it has a 6.0-liter twin-turbo W12 engine lying under its hood. We have absolutely no doubt about the potential of this off-road monster, we’re just wondering how it will sound when it’s driving.

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