The Touring Specification package includes lane-keep assist, night vision and traffic assist.

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When you're off-roading, it's nice to know your fore-aft and side-to-side tilt angle.

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This is the view of the navigation system without the Google Earth overlay.

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The Bentayga's home screen is simple and to the point.

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The Bentayga's infotainment system features a 60GB solid-state hard drive, with 11 gigs reserved for jukebox-like music functionality.

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It's possible to keep tabs on the four-wheel-drive system using the center screen, as well.

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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.

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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.

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Dynamic park-assist lines are present both forward and backward.

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The 360-degree camera system also shows this helpful composite overhead view. There are also radar-based parking sensors.

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The smartphone-like rear-seat control panel in its cradle.

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Remove the control panel from its cradle for easier access to the rear driver and passenger climate controls.

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The rear control panel's main menu is simple and looks similar to the primary screen on the front infotainment system.

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Rear-seat occupants can play disc jockey using the control panel (provided the driver doesn't lock this function out).

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Twin removable 10.2-inch Android-based tablets are part of the $7,155 Rear Entertainment Package.

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The rear screens feature Google Earth imagery for impromptu geography lessons for the kids.

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If you don't want to use the small rear-seat controller screen, you can use one of the tablets instead.

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