Bentley Bentayga EWB Stretches Its Legs at Mansory, Has More Power Than a Lambo Supercar
When we heard Mansory has added another Bentley Bentayga to its portfolio, we thought we’d hate it. But we don’t. Not that we love it either, as it is still on the OTT side, but it is certainly not that bad compared to other takes on this model.
This Bentley Bentayga EWB (Extended Wheelbase) features a sporty body kit, has lots of visible carbon fiber, and rides on new wheels. It also boasts more power than the stock one to the point where it would make previous-generation supercars jealous.
Starting on the outside, Mansory has retained the OEM bumpers. Nonetheless, both sport multiple add-ons, as well as an apron and a diffuser attached to them at the front and rear, respectively, and additional LED DRLs. The hood came from the aftermarket world, alongside the pair of spoilers out back, the side skirts, mirror capes, and fender extensions.
Mansory hasn’t said anything about the wheels, but it is clear that they were added post-production. The multi-spoke set has a black finish and fills the space under the arches better than the stock ones. It is likely that this Bentley Bentayga EWB has also received some suspension work, as it appears to ride a bit closer to the ground.
The controversial tuner usually takes care of the interior of its projects, too, by reupholstering the door cards, upper and lower sections of the dashboard, seats, center console, pillars, and headliner. Their logo is also visible on a whole bunch of components, and some carbon fiber finds its way to the cockpit, as well. However, in this case, they do not seem to have left their mark on it, save for the treadplates, as no images of the cabin were released on their social media accounts.
On a more positive aspect, the power has been boosted to 750 ps (739 hp/552 kW) and 1,020 Nm (752 lb-ft) of torque. Mansory claims their Bentayga EWB takes only 3.7 seconds to hit 100 kph (62 mph) and tops out at 317 kph (197 mph). The combined fuel consumption is 14.2 l/100 km (16.6 US mpg), according to the Instagram post embedded below, and it emits 337 g/km of CO2.
Now, they haven’t said what they’ve done to the engine to obtain these numbers, but it is a significant boost over the 4.0-liter bi-turbo V8, which is normally good for 550 ps (542 hp/405 kW) and 770 Nm (568 lb-ft) of torque. The stock Bentayga EWB is one second slower than Mansory’s proposal and has a 290 kph (180 mph) top speed. There is also no word about the finances, though it is clear that such a makeover, complete with the extra oomph, will cost you a small fortune, isn’t it?