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Mansory Dresses the Bentley Bentayga in Carbon Fiber for SEMA

German tuner Mansory has made its mark on the new Bentley Bentayga and the results will be on display in Las Vegas at the 2016 SEMA Show. 

The wider stance of the Bentayga is noticeable right away, as is the new nose, which has been fit with an apron and integrated front lip made from carbon fiber. The grille, entire hood, rear skirt and rear diffuser are also made from the lightweight material, which Mansory creates and bakes itself. Out back there is also a new two-piece spoiler.

Mansory went to work under the hood, squeezing 691 horsepower and 774 lb-ft of torque from the V12 thanks to new engine management software. This added power helps the Bentayga get to a slightly higher top speed of just below 200 mph. Sitting underneath this Bentayga are one-piece 23-inch cast wheels which save weight and support 295/35ZR23 Continental tires.

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As can be expected, a wide range of bespoke options are available when it comes to styling, including individually stitched floor mats to full leather upholstery.

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