Created for the centenaries of both Bentley and Huntsman, the two SUVs are dressed up with Huntsman fabrics and finished with Bentley’s emblematic colour and trim.
Think Bentley and two things come to mind – bespoke and British.
Now, the world’s largest and oldest Bentley dealership Jack Barclay is ready to take things up a notch by releasing two special editions Bentley Bentayga SUVs, done in collaboration with another quintessentially British brand, Savile Row tailor, Huntsman.
Created to celebrate the extraordinary centenaries of both Bentley and Huntsman (Bentley Motors was founded in 1919, which was also the year Huntsman established its Savile Row boutique), the two SUVs – called Businessman and Sportsman – are dressed up with Huntsman fabrics and finished with Bentley’s emblematic colour and trim, reflective of both collaborator’s customer demographics and lifestyles.
The Businessman comes in a deep black and satin anthracite paint job on the outside. The theme for its cabin is all things urban, featuring carbon fibre trims, contrasted with tweed trimmings in the door cards. The memorable chequerboard floor in the Jack Barclay Bentley showroom in London serves as the design for the board of an in-built Mulliner chessboard in this model, installed into the rear seat rest. It comes complete with a drawer trimmed in Huntsman fabric to store the chess pieces after your game.
The Sportsman is more relaxed, inspired by the countryside lifestyle of its namesake. Tweed is hence more pronouncedly used in its passenger and driver fascias and waistrails, complemented by Imperial Blue leather and Liquid Amber veneer inserts. It shines in an arresting Candy Red on the outside.
Should you choose to own either one, each will come with a Huntsman bespoke jacket, for which you can choose a variety of cloths and tweeds.
The pricing hasn’t been announced, but we’re pretty sure it won’t be kind.