The Bentayga undergoes a refresh for 2021. All front and rear sheetmetal is new, the grille is larger and the headlights are mounted higher. The taillights are now elliptical, similar to the design on the Continental GT and the license plate holder is moved to the bumper. 21-inch wheels are now standard.
The largest changes are inside, where a borderless 10.9-inch infotainment touchscreen has higher resolution than previous systems. A wireless phone charger is new and standard. Android Auto is now offered and standard and Apple CarPlay is now wireless.
A previous three-row seating configuration is no longer offered, leaving only the 5-passenger and 4-passenger setups.
The Hybrid and V8 engines remain the same, with 8-speed automatics and standard all-wheel drive. The standard 600-horsepower W12 version is no longer offering, leaving only the Bentayga Speed, with 626 horsepower.
The panoramic glass roof is now also available on the Continental V8 Coupe. The steering wheel has a new design and three new colors are available.
A new V8 entry-level model is offered for 2021, almost the only change since 2020 was the first model year for this generation Flying Spur.