Bentley has just unveiled its most exclusive SUV, the Bentayga Mulliner. Featuring a two-tone paint scheme, the look will first be introduced on the Bentayga Mulliner before becoming an option for the rest of Bentley’s lineup this April. The vehicle also boasts exclusive 22-inch wheels with floating centers to keep the badge upright, with unique badging and standard color-coordinated lower body extensions. Its lower grilles are rendered in a sleek and shiny chrome. Inside the car, the two-tone color-blocking scheme continues with black and ivory-colored leather applied onto each seat and down to the wood veneers.
Other upgrades include a wine bottle cooler and crystal champagne flutes. Special options include the Linley Hamper by Mulliner — featuring Linely china and silverware and a refrigerator. Or perhaps an automatic clock by Breitling is more your speed, which, according to the BBC, is a $160,000 add-on option. Pricing hasn’t been released yet, but orders will be taken this spring.
It’s been two years since Koenigsegg unveiled its uber-powerful Regera and now the 1,500 horsepower hybrid is finally set to be delivered to eager customers. So, in celebration of the release, the Swedish manufacturer is taking to this year’s Geneva Motor Show to show off the very first production models of the vehicle. While one is a nod to British racing heritage and one of the most iconic liveries out there, the other comes in candy apple red with unique translucent carbon fiber applications. And, as far as additional details go, the cars are set to make good on Koenigsegg’s promises, employing a twin-turbocharged V8 and an 800-volt trio of electric motors alongside Tresex hollow-core carbon fiber wheels, Michelin’s new Pilot Sport 4S tires, a stowable roof section, adjustable racing buckets, a system of surrounding cameras, and much more.
Head on over to Koenigsegg’s website for more on the spoken-for Regeras and look for both to be on display in Geneva later this month.