Bentley’s first SUV has an optional fly-fishing kit
Bentley is offering the ultimate accessory for the high-flying nature-loving vacationer: a $100,000 (£76,035) fly-fishing kit.
The luxury carmaker’s in-house customisation crew Mulliner designed the kit, which is available on the Bentayga, Bentley’s first sport-utility vehicle.
The kit includes rod holders, a portable fly-making shop, and cabinetry to hold tea and your gear.
It’s crafted with a waterproof wooden frame swaddled in saddle leather, and hand stitched with linen. There’s also a layer of neoprene to keep out liquid and smells—because no one wants a musky Bentley.
It took Mulliner’s craftsmen three months to perfect the kit, according to Outside Online. They hired angler Matt Harris to consult, and studied how all of the equipment worked before designing the perfect housing for it.
This piece originally appeared on Travel + Leisure
Photography: courtesy of Bentley