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Somebody, somewhere, is looking at a Bentley Bentayga and saying, "This is not obscene enough."
Thankfully, aftermarket tuner Mansory has arrived to answer that oil baron's prayers.
It's given the Bentayga a thorough working-over, with results that can only be described as, "Hoo boy."
The outside's been tarted up with all manner of gaudy body kits, fender flares and carbon fiber accouterments.
There are additional LED running lights, too, because why the hell not.
Do you like carbon fiber diffusers and fancy new tailpipes? Hope so!
Mansory has a hard time not putting its name all over everything.
In the event you are deluded into thinking the Bentayga is a racecar, there's a big ol' wing out back.
Mansory's new leather interior is actually pretty classy, though.
Until you look at the steering wheel, which appears melted and just generally horrible.
Mansory tweaked the Bentayga's V12 to put out 691 horsepower (up from 600) and 773 pound-feet of torque (up from 664).
You can see this thing in person, if that's something you're into, at the SEMA aftermarket trade show next month.