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The Bentley Bentayga may not be quite as sharp to drive as an Aston Martin DBX, or as cosseting as a Rolls-Royce Cullinan, but it strikes a convincing compromise between the two, both in terms of both its price and dynamics. In other words, it’s one of the most complete and compelling luxury SUVs on sale today.
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The First Edition is massively expensive but comes with an equally massive equipment list that includes a number of expensive packages such as the Mulliner Driving Specification and the Touring Specification. The former brings goodies such as 22in wheels, diamond quilted seats and jewel fuel and oil filler caps, while the latter includes head up display, night vision and adaptive cruise control. You also get a number of First Edition fascia badges and NAIM audio’s mesmerizing 1780W sound system.
The engineSee full engine specs
The Hybrid combines a smaller engine with an electric motor to lower running costs. The ability to drive around 25 miles (officially) on electric power alone adds to the Bentayga's refinement, propelling you in silence. A more subtle way of travelling than the V8.
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