Bentley is now catering to that great untapped market of falconers who also have a bunch of money (I’m pretty sure that Venn diagram is just a circle) with the Bentayga Falconry by Mulliner.
Created by Bentley’s in-house commissioning division, the Bentayga Falconry includes everything you and your falcon could ever need for a day in the dunes.
The biggest changes come in the back, where two sets of drawers are installed. The first contains all of your falconing kit, some in-car perches, and hand-crafted leather bird hoods and gauntlets (available as an option).
The second drawer, on the other hand, is a refreshments case, which contains three metal flasks and some durable cups, in case you should build up a thirst preparing your falcon for hunting.
The cases are trimmed in a natural-cork-fabric and sit on a movable tray. Inside the master flight drawer is a drawer finished in a Piano Black veneer with a saker falcon crest.
Up front, the central armrest is now a removable “transportation perch” with a tether and another saker falcon designed in marquetry. This bespoke desert scene requires 430 individual pieces of wood sourced from all over the world.
In case you aren’t up on your falconing, the saker falcon is one of the most prized birds and can sell for as much as $1-million.
No price is quoted for all of this luxury (and more), but if you’re spending $1-million on birds, I don’t suppose you care much.
A version of this story originally appeared on VW Vortex
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