Bentley is offering you two seating options
The Bentayga is the first to offer the common SUV practicality of three rows, with the rear seats hiding under the trunk floor when not in use.
The Bentayga’s third row seems to be designed for part-time use and smaller occupants. The rear seats are beautifully designed to resemble the front seats. The third row has very limited leg room. That means limited visibility through the small window at the back. While the third-row seats are power operated, the second row has to be folded manually. On the plus side, the Bentayga’s third row has two LATCH mounts for child seats, as do the three positions in the middle; that’s good news for affluent buyers who have been blessed with quadruplets, quintuplets, or babies with a well-developed play-date network.
The third row will be available with both V-8 and W-12 versions of the Bentayga, which has a battery pack under the trunk floor. Bentley says it will be a no-cost option.
Bebtley is also offering a new four-seat option, with two individual rear chairs in place of the regular bench. The two rear seats are equipped with the same comfort functions as the two front seats. Functions fitted to the rear seats include electric adjustment, heating, ventilation and 12-way massage. A new center console between the rear seats includes additional storage and USB charging ports as well as a fixed partition to separate the cabin from the trunk. Options include rear-seat entertainment through individual screens, fold-down picnic tables. There is also a Mulliner Console beverage cooler. The four-seat layout will also be available with the V-6 hybrid, as well as V-8 and W-12 versions.
Along with the seven-seater, the new four-seater will cost the same as a regular five-seater. Despite some minor changes, the Bentayga is sharper. Customers can order now.