This Bentayga has been hand-crafted by Mulliner – Bentley’s personal commissioning division – for someone who clearly enjoys taking a joy ride with his bird.
The Bentayga Falconry features “a bespoke installation in the rear which houses all the equipment required for an enjoyable falconry expedition.”
The luxury SUV has a removable perch and tether for the raptor on the center console. You can imagine that unless the falcon is house trained, the back of this Bentley could be a tad messy…
Inside the cabin there is an inlaid desert scene of a saker falcon on the dashboard on a panel that, according to Bentley, comprises 430 pieces of wood.
To South African’s who seem to prefer a spot for man’s best friend in the back of an SUV this could seem like a really unusual concept.
However, it’s not the first time we’ve seen falconry paired with cruising the desert dunes in a 4×4. Watch a falcon land on the arm of the driver of this Jeep Falcon, as he drives on the sands of Dubai, here.