Bentley CEO Wolfgang Duerheimer has stated that the very first Bentley Bentayga SUV has been reserved for The Queen as the first year’s production sells out.
But that £160k is just the starting point, and if you add in plenty of options and customisations you could end up spending getting on for £500k on your new Bentayga, especially with stuff like a self-winding Breitling Tourbillon clock costing a cool £110k.
Despite the big price tag, the Bentayga is already sold out for the first year as Bentley has received 3,600 orders for their new ultra luxury SUV, with more piling in as the Bentayga makes its public debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
And it was at Frankfurt that Bentley boss Wolfgang Duerheimer revealed that the very first car has been earmarked for the Queen, according to The Telegraph.
Duerheimer was careful with his words, and said that they have reserved the number one Bentayga for her, implying that Bentley may be gifting HMQ the car rather than having received an order. Despite that, he said the Queen won’t have to take a stock model – even the £229k First Edition Bentayga – but will be welcome to spec the car as she wishes.
And it should sit nicely in the Buck House garage alongside the Bentley State Limo.