Updated 9.1.17 with two additional examples of the StarTech Brabus program for the Bentayga.

Finally, a tuned Bentayga that will not embarrass the hell out of its driver!  We highly recommend the monochrome finish versus two-tone. 

 

A very nice stage one mod pack for the new Bentayga just arrived!  Brabus's StarTech division is leading the effort with custom carbon exterior upgrades, giant 23s and a remote-operated sport exhaust that bellows far louder than stock.

The engine output appears to stay the same on this first upgrade.  The press release below discusses the V12 at length... but of course, the Bentayga runs a W12!  =]

Bentley BENTAYGA By StarTech

 

The first further refined Bentley Bentayga comes from STARTECH

 

Sporty-elegant widebody version, 23-inch forged wheels, sport exhaust with sound management, and exclusive interior

 

The customization program for the Bentayga starts with a sporty-elegant aerodynamic-enhancement program culminating in the STARTECH WIDEBODY version. The product range also includes king-sized hi-tech forged wheels with a diameter of 23 inches, a ride-height lowering and a sport exhaust with integrated sound management. Engine tuning for the twin-turbo V12 is in the works.

Another focus is on exclusive interior design, which the STARTECH upholstery shop realizes in a practically unlimited variety of colors and materials.

 

For the Bentley Bentayga, the STARTECH designers developed a modular styling program primarily for on-road use. All bodywork components are manufactured in OEM quality from high-grade Pur-R-Rim.

The newly designed front and rear bumpers were designed to replace the production bumpers in their entirety. In keeping with the sporty character, the STARTECH front features an integrated spoiler that replaces the stylized underride guard of the production component.  The large and strikingly styled air intakes of the STARTECH bumper, which like the radiator grille are protected by honeycombed grating, optimize the supply of fresh air for engine, radiators, front brakes and wheel-well ventilation, which especially on the Bentley SUV with a top speed in excess of 300 km/h is an essential component of the aerodynamics concept.

 

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