Bentley Motors showcases the ‘Belonging Bentayga,’ featuring artwork from Stephen Wiltshire.
Bentley Motors has seamlessly integrated art into its automotive lineup, serving as a driving force for creative collaborations that elevate social consciousness. Bentley is taking a significant stride toward its diversity goals with the introduction of the ‘Belonging Bentayga,’ a hand-painted Alpine Green Bentayga Hybrid. The luxury Bentayga SUV showcases skylines from iconic cities like New York, London, and Tokyo, celebrating diversity through art and automotive design. Conceived in Bentley’s Crewe factory, the rolling art piece highlights the incredible talents of Stephen Wiltshire MBE, an architectural artist with autism, known for his ability to draw landscapes from memory.
The Bentayga embodies Bentley’s commitment to diversity, further reinforced by Wiltshire’s personal journey. Diagnosed with autism at a young age, Wiltshire has overcome challenges to become a renowned artist, making the ‘Belonging Bentayga’ a compelling story of resilience. The hand-drawn design also features illustrations of people from diverse nationalities, marking it as Bentley’s third art piece dedicated to diversity. Previous works include the ‘Unifying Spur’ and a rainbow-inspired Continental GT V8 Convertible. These initiatives are part of Bentley’s five-step strategy to enhance diversity and inclusion at its Crewe-based factory. With its ‘Belonging Bentayga,’ Bentley is crafting a unique narrative that connects luxury, art, and social values. View all Bentley Bentayga models currently for sale on duPont REGISTRY by clicking the link below.
Source: Bentley Motors