Somebody, somewhere, is looking at a Bentley Bentayga and saying, "This is not obscene enough."

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Thankfully, aftermarket tuner Mansory has arrived to answer that oil baron's prayers.

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It's given the Bentayga a thorough working-over, with results that can only be described as, "Hoo boy."

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The outside's been tarted up with all manner of gaudy body kits, fender flares and carbon fiber accouterments.

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There are additional LED running lights, too, because why the hell not.

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Do you like carbon fiber diffusers and fancy new tailpipes? Hope so!

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Mansory has a hard time not putting its name all over everything.

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In the event you are deluded into thinking the Bentayga is a racecar, there's a big ol' wing out back.

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Mansory's new leather interior is actually pretty classy, though.

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Until you look at the steering wheel, which appears melted and just generally horrible.

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Mansory tweaked the Bentayga's V12 to put out 691 horsepower (up from 600) and 773 pound-feet of torque (up from 664).

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You can see this thing in person, if that's something you're into, at the SEMA aftermarket trade show next month.

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