Bentley Bentayga now available with scatter cushions and custom golf bags

The Bentley Bentayga range has been tweaked with the arrival of four new trim specifications and a raucous Akrapovic exhaust system

The newly facelifted Bentley Bentayga line-up has been given a lift with a fresh range of accessory packages, which allow owners to customise the interior and exterior design of the SUV.

Exterior tweaks are minimal, stretching to a pair of optional carbon fibre door mirror caps and a new fixed side step. The latter option can be specced in either black gloss, carbon or Bentley’s “Moonbeam” paint finishes and features a rubber tread running along its length.

Inside, the Bentayga is now available with a new range of luxury accessories. Options include leather-trimmed scatter cushions and extra footrests for rear seat passengers – both of which can be trimmed to match the SUV’s upholstery.

Bentley now offers a set of branded, heavy-duty floor mats for those who take their Bentayga off-road. There’s also a new boot-liner and bumper protector.

There's also a new range of branded luggage, which includes a range of waterproof golf bags, a traditional suitcase and a weekend bag – all of which are designed to fit perfectly in the Bentayga’s boot, while also matching the car’s interior upholstery.

For those in need of a little extra storage capacity, Bentley now offers a branded, lockable roof box, which has the capability to carry up to three bikes or six pairs of skis. It can support up to 75kg of weight and has a volume of 320 litres.

The roof box can be paired with a 100-litre storage crate, which slots into the Bentayga’s boot. It features a waterproof lining and integrated drain holes – perfect, Bentley says, for wet sports wear – and can be fitted and removed using new sliding load rails.

Bentley now offers the Bentayga V8 with a new, titanium Akrapovic exhaust system, which the British brand says will provide the SUV with a more “exciting” exhaust note. The system features a straight-through pipe instead of a centre resonator, a freer-flowing rear silencer and a pair of adjustable valves which allow the driver to muffle the exhaust noise.

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