Bentayga Hybrid

Bentley’s luxury SUV steps into the age of electrification

After the W12 6.0-litre Bentayga, the 4.0 petrol V8 and V8 Diesel comes a new version with a 3.0-litre V6. But this one also has an electric motor, making it Bentley’s first production hybrid and endowing it with impressive performance when the two power sources are combined.

Just as importantly, the high-voltage 13 kWh twin-string battery gives the Bentayga Hybrid the ability to travel smoothly and silently for up to 31 miles on electric power alone – ideal for the urban and inner-city environment. This makes the Bentayga Hybrid the most fuel-efficient Bentley ever produced, with combined NEDC CO2 emissions of just 75 g/km.


Bentley Bentayga Hybrid

Most Bentayga owners value the open road performance and off-road capability their Bentley is endowed with. But that doesn’t mean they use either daily. For many, the day-to-day advantages of the Bentagya are its commanding driving position and cosseting luxury in an urban environment. At the same time, they expect their Bentley SUV to be up to the task of a fast, luggage-laden grand tour as and when needed.

The Bentayga Hybrid could well be ideal for such drivers. With its EV range of 31 miles, it can be used for a short urban commute all week long without once summoning the 3.0 V6 petrol engine to life, recharging overnight at home or in just 2.5 hours using a high-capacity charging point. Yet the combined range of electric power and petrol engine is over 500 miles, banishing the kind of range anxiety suffered by owners of pure electric vehicles. The combined power output of the highly-efficient electric motor and new turbocharged 3.0-litre V6 petrol engine is expected to be around 450bhp which should give it a 0-62mph (100km/h) time of around 6 seconds or less, though Bentley hasn’t released official performance figures.

From the driving seat, you’ll notice an EV green sector on the rev counter before 0 rpm shows where the V6 cuts in. This, and an intelligent throttle pedal, gives you visual and sensory feedback when you’re in EV mode. As with other Bentayga models, there’s permanent four-wheel drive with a choice of four modes – Sport, Bentley, Comfort, and Custom. But on the Hybrid, in place of the auto Stop-Start switch there’s a choice of three electric modes – EV, Hybrid Mode and Hold. The first uses electric power only, while Hybrid mode intelligently selects between one or both power sources according to demand (and can even decide the best places to use EV mode if a destination is programmed to the sat nav). Hold mode conserves battery power for maximum performance in Sport mode.

Visually, the Bentayga Hybrid features copper-coloured Hybrid badging to the sides and rear, with a chrome grille and twin quad tailpipes. Wheel centres are also copper colour. A new interior hide Cricketball, joins a standard selection of five interior colours and the standard specification veneer is Dark Fiddleback Eucalyptus, but you can choose from Crewe’s wide selection of exquisite handcrafted veneers and hides in a range of colours.  And to make even the act of home charging into an aesthetic experience, Bentley has collaborated with celebrated designer Philippe Starck to create a Power Dock that’s as striking as it is easy to use.


Bentley Bentayga Hybrid


Key technological highlights of the new Bentayga Hybrid are a large capacity, high-voltage battery with a 13-kWh output, a permanent magnet synchronous e-motor integrated into the drivetrain and an all-new turbocharged 3.0 V6. We’ll bring you the full performance figures when Bentley has them officially ratified, but acceleration should be everything you’d expect of a Bentley and the integration of the two power sources completely seamless in operation. Because you can travel in EV mode with the engine off, the heater and air conditioning compressor functions are battery powered rather than engine driven. Within the braking system an I-Booster blends the braking torque of the e-motor with the hydraulic braking system, giving a seamless and linear brake pedal feel while recycling braking power back into battery charge.


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New Bentley Bentayga Hybrid pricing

New Bentley Bentayga Hybrid prices are yet to be announced. Please call us to discuss options.

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