Bentley has created a one-off Bentayga to celebrate its partnership with The Jockey Club, a centuries-old horse racing organisation in Great Britain.
The exterior is finished in a classic shade of ‘Lustre Spruce’ – described as a modern shade of British Racing Green – offset by diamond-turned, black-painted 21-inch alloy wheels and black body trim.
There’s plenty of green and brown leather scattered around the interior, coupled with a special tweed trim. Blue contrast stitching has been selected to highlight the tweed, on both the doors and quilted seat-backs.
Burr Walnut dashboard trim with a straight grain to it, designed to echo the antique furniture in The Jockey Club’s rooms, is standard. Naturally, those rooms are only open to members. The ‘Sport of Kings’ is a lot of things, inclusive isn’t one of them.
On the passenger side, the dashboard trim is adorned with a gold horse graphic, and each of the headrests features an embroidered horse and jockey emblem.
The Bentayga by Mulliner, Inspired by the Festival, will be on show at the Cheltenham Festival, a horse racing event in Cheltenham, UK, during March.