If you have a hobby you’re passionate about, then Mulliner can build  you the perfect accessory. Mulliner, Bentley’s specialty arm, customizes a large percentage of new Bentleys each year. You don’t see all of unique projects that come out of Crewe, but everyone once in a while one is outstanding enough to warrant a look.

Falconry as an activity is believed to date back thousands of years. It involves hunting wild prey with trained Falcons, some of which have been valued in the seven figures. In order to keep your aviary investment safe, the rear of this Bentayga has been trimmed out with two individual natural-cork-fabric-trimmed units: a master flight station and a refreshment case. Each case sit on a movable tray that allows easy access. These sit on a movable tray that allows for easy access.

The master flight case, which holds falcon accouterments, is finished in Piano Black veneer with the saker falcon crest. A drawer trimmed in embossed Hotspur leather holds additional items including hand-crafted leather bird hooks and binoculars. The accompanying refreshment case houses three metal flasks and cups, a blanket and face clothes for toweling off the day’s sun.

Inside the rear of the Bentayga, the cargo area contains other customer storage units. A hard pocket in the side holds a natural cork trimmed case for bird perches. The floor and rear door sill protectors are also made from cork.

Mulliner then trimmed the rest of the SUV in more Hotspur (red) leather. The dash veneer is made of 430 individual pieces forming a stunning desert scene with a soaring saker falcon. The entire project took nine days for the team to complete. Bentley says no two veneer are ever the same, ensuring that your Bentayga will remain unique amongst falconers.