Bentley has sold over 20,000 of its ultra-premium Bentayga SUV since its 2016 release. Not content to rest on its laurels, Bentley has given the Bentayga a thorough refresh for 2021. The biggest change is underhood, where the 542 horsepower, 4-liter twin-turbo V8 is now the standard engine option. A plug-in hybrid will be coming in 2021, along with the range-topping Bentayga Speed with the W12. The track has been widened by 0.78 of an inch, helping to increase stability and decrease steering effort. The front and rear styling has been changed to fit the design language of the Continental GT and Flying Spur, with a larger matrix grille and "cut crystal" headlights. The rear tailgate now stretches the length of the SUV and features new taillights. Inside are a new dash design, new seats, and door trim along with updated infotainment software and a 10.9-inch touchscreen. The new Bentayga should be in US dealerships in July 2020.