/Startech Bentley Bentayga Goes Official

Startech Bentley Bentayga Goes Official

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Following an early preview with some wheels, the full-fat version of Startech Bentley Bentayga is now ready to roll and it’s looking good. Well, we say full fat, but for now you only get visual mods. There is a power kit in the works, but it’s not ready yet.

But who would want to tweak a twin-turbo V12 with 600 horsepower anyway? All Bentayga owners want at this stage is something to make their Bentley look more exclusive and preferably alter a few things in its appearance. After a quick look at the Startech Bentley Bentayga we have to say that’s a job done right here.

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Going deeper and starting to dissect Startech Bentley Bentayga styling package to its bits, one notices it consists of a brand-new front apron with an integrated spoiler that replaces the stock underride protection competent. The new part has large air intakes for better ventilation and work well with the new side strakes and vents with their naked carbon inserts. The rear bumper is heavily revised as well, and features a F1-inspired diffuser with new integrated tailpipes, but it doesn’t look very nice to be honest. There is also a carbon tailgate spoiler and a pair of carbon sills.

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The best part of this package, as before, is the wheels which are Startech Monostar S models of size 10.5Jx23 wrapped with SportContact 6 which can tolerate speeds of up to 300 km/h. These, plus the all-stainless quad sport exhaust system and 25mm lowered ride height, means the Bentayga is ready for the upcoming power kit Startech has in the pipeline.

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