Cars don’t get much more niche than this. Created by Bentley’s Mulliner personalisation division, what you’re looking at here is the Bentayga Falconry. Yes, Falconry.
For the most part it’s as per the regular Bentayga, but with the addition of a “bespoke installation” in the boot housing “all the equipment required for an enjoyable falconry expedition”. This includes not just a “master flight station,” but also a “refreshment case”.
In the boot you’ll find a perches for your feathered friend to chill on before doing his or her thing, plus compartments for binoculars and a GPS bird tracking unit. That’s right, there’s finally a car in production with the appropriate housing for your GPS bird tracking unit.
When you’re on the way home from a successful day’s hunting, you’ll be able to enjoy the Bentayga Falconry’s Hotspur-hide-trimmed interior, and a “sweeping desert scene” on the dashboard made from 430 individual bits of wood, sourced from the world over. Apparently that alone takes nine days to hand craft.
Want to know how much the Falconry kit costs? Well, it’s - as you’d expect - one of those “if you have to ask” moments. Money is almost certainly not going to be an issue for the select few people this is intended for - apparently “exceptional examples” of the saker species falcon featured in these images and depicted on the dashboard decoration go for as much as $1,000,000. Crikey.