The Touring Specification package includes lane-keep assist, night vision and traffic assist.
When you're off-roading, it's nice to know your fore-aft and side-to-side tilt angle.
This is the view of the navigation system without the Google Earth overlay.
The Bentayga's home screen is simple and to the point.
The Bentayga's infotainment system features a 60GB solid-state hard drive, with 11 gigs reserved for jukebox-like music functionality.
It's possible to keep tabs on the four-wheel-drive system using the center screen, as well.
It's possible to customize the drive mode settings to the driver's liking, including functions like steering, throttle response, transmission shift schedule, suspension firmness and electronic stability control thresholds.
The four-camera bird's-eye system can display any individual camera view you wish, helpful if you're worried about running something over when parking.
Dynamic park-assist lines are present both forward and backward.
The 360-degree camera system also shows this helpful composite overhead view. There are also radar-based parking sensors.
The smartphone-like rear-seat control panel in its cradle.
Remove the control panel from its cradle for easier access to the rear driver and passenger climate controls.
The rear control panel's main menu is simple and looks similar to the primary screen on the front infotainment system.
Rear-seat occupants can play disc jockey using the control panel (provided the driver doesn't lock this function out).
Twin removable 10.2-inch Android-based tablets are part of the $7,155 Rear Entertainment Package.
The rear screens feature Google Earth imagery for impromptu geography lessons for the kids.
If you don't want to use the small rear-seat controller screen, you can use one of the tablets instead.