At $1600,000 dollars for just the clock — on top of the car’s $229,100 starting price — not that you’d be so basic as to the choose base model.
A Breitling chronometer is in-dash standard equipment on the Bentayga, but this particular version is a bespoke mechanical timepiece featuring “the most complex of watch mechanisms,” and is available in solid rose or white gold, with a choice of either a mother-of-pearl or black ebony face. Eight not-insubstantial diamonds mark the numbers.
There’s also a wristbound version of the Mulliner Tourbillon (it sells for $175,000, and really, you might as well buy that, too), but winding a wristwatch is easier than winding a dashboard appliance. To save you the hassle, Bentley has created a mechanism that spins the timepiece in place at regular intervals to keep it wound, adding complication to complication.
According to Bentley, Breitling can only build four of these particular in-car clocks each year, and two are already sold.
Although it may never be taken off road, the Bentley was designed to overshadow the former king off-the-road, the Range Rover Autobiography, which now seems like a bargain at $199,500.
In addition to its expensive options list, the Bentley promises to be the fastest SUV in the world, with a top speed of 187mph.