2021 Bentley Bentayga four-seat option detailed

The 2021 Bentley Bentayga gets an updated optional Four Seat Comfort Specification, which launches alongside five-seat and seven-seat versions of the refreshed luxury SUV.

Bentley expects the four-seat configuration to be a popular option. In a press release announcing it Thursday, the automaker said that 20% of the 20,000 Bentaygas sold since the model’s 2016 launch have been four-seaters.

The Four Seat Comfort Specification includes individual reclining rear seats, divided by a center console. Leg room has increased by changing the divider separating the cabin from the cargo area, according to Bentley. The maximum recline of the seats also increases from 32 degrees to 40 degrees, and fore and aft travel increases by 1.4 inches. That adds up to 3.9 inches of increased knee room in the reclined position, Bentley said.

2021 Bentley Bentayga

The seats themselves have a more “sculptured” shape for increased comfort, Bentley said. The seats also

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