There are many ways art and cars can merge, but the latest Bentley 'Belonging Bentayga' takes the combination to a new level. stephen wiltshire, a renowned architectural artist, took on the task and created an impressive vehicle that combines art, luxury and message in a perfect symbiosis. When you first see this unique piece, you will be impressed by the hand-painting of nothing less than 29 different global landmarks and famous people enchanted. From the majestic buildings of New York to the romantic canals of Venice, each page of 'Belonging Bentayga' depicts a different continent.
Bentley Belonging Bentayga
The most impressive thing about the design? Each of the landmarks was drawn from Stephen Wiltshire's memory, showing the depth of his talent and dedication to the work. But it's not just the art that shines here. Behind the art car is the one Bentley Beyond100 strategy, with the intention of celebrating inclusion. Bentley, already known for its luxury and heritage, has sent a clear signal with the project: It's about prioritizing diversity and inclusion. With employees 52 different nations and a sales territory spanning 67 countries, Bentley has set the ambitious goal of becoming the most diverse luxury car manufacturer in the world.
Painting process was done by hand
But back to 'Belonging Bentayga'. The Painting process was made by hand using a specially developed process Bentley Excellence Center Bespoke Paint Teams carried out. The result? A vehicle that is not only a luxury car, but also a statement for global integration. In a world where everything moves so quickly, there are sometimes moments when a car is more than just a means of transportation. The Belonging Bentayga is one of those special vehicles that not only impresses, but also inspires. A symbol that in our globalized world each of us has our place and that diversity and inclusion are not just words, but values that should be celebrated.