Like all Bentley models, this one has more detail than most drivers could well conceive. Engineers extended the SUV’s wheelbase by 7.0 inches for the Bentayga EWB, giving the rear space lounge-like proportions (via Car and Driver ). The exterior also appears considerably more striking as a result.
Once inside, you’ll notice the diamond quilted stitching, one of Bentley’s distinguishing interior features. Precision digital tailoring has helped give this sartorial exercise on the EWB a modern feel. As one moves away from the center line of the seats, the diamonds in the symmetrical pattern at the top of the seat backs enlarge. On the other hand, the doors have an asymmetrical pattern that draws attention to the cabin’s larger size.
The usage of Metal Overlay in Veneer is another distinctive feature of the EWB’s interior. The design, which Bentley is introducing for the first time, consists of discrete badges made of brushed metal that are only 0.07 mm thick. This “thinness” is also reflected in the stitches, which provide a softer feel thanks to the use of finer threads and micro stitches—half the size of a standard Bentley stitch.
Bentley You can’t just lengthen a Bentayga; you have to offer something extra, especially because the EWB is coming to replace the Bentley Mulsanne, which has been discontinued. The British automaker is cognizant of this and has given the EWB the first rear seat with Postural Adjustment technology in the world.
Without massaging seats, no luxury experience is complete. The one in the Bentayga EWB, on the other hand, goes a step farther. The Postural Adjustment seat, which is a component of the Airline Seat package, works its magic by releasing pressure points all over the body to minimize dead spots and weariness. You definitely don’t want to arrive at your destination exhausted after a lengthy travel.
According to Bentley, the passenger seldom notices the movements. Three options are available: “All sections of the seat,” “Twist,” or “Backrest alone.” According to Bentley, the system goes beyond the two-dimensional range of motions typical of current motorized seat technology by utilizing thigh and shoulder pockets as well as additional lumbar massaging pockets. Six separate pressure zones can make 177 adjustments every three hours, ensuring that your comfort is never compromised and preventing any type of fatigue build-up during your trip. (through Motor1 )
Bentley Many contemporary vehicles come equipped with heated and cooled seats, and some even have HVAC in the back seats. Consider that you are Bentley’s HVAC engineer or designer, and your assignment is to increase passenger comfort. You’ve already created a buttwarming seat, an air ionizer to remove contaminants, and quietest possible HVAC fans. What else is there room for?
The door and center armrests are the only other points of contact for the rear passenger. Indeed, Bentley engineers came to the conclusion that heated armrests were the way to go. You can choose to have your armrests warm or at room temperature, which will eliminate the need for cool leather on days when you wear long sleeves. Not something you would receive with a Toyota Corolla.
The built-in air ionizer is equally opulent. With the help of a separate air ionization system, the back cabin’s air quality is improved by creating a static charge around dust or allergies in the air, eliminating impurities. The heated armrests on the Bentley are on par with the picnic benches in the back of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan and the foam-filled tires on the Phantom when it comes to unusual luxury features.