Bentley unveiled the new Bentayga Speed variant on Tuesday, and it will once again sit atop the SUV's lineup.
Power from the 6.0-liter, twin-turbocharged W-12 remains unchanged from the outgoing model: 626 hp and 900 newton-meters (664 pound-feet) of torque.
Bentley says the performance SUV is still able to reach 306 kph (190 mph). The W-12 now features cylinder deactivation for improved efficiency.
The automaker began rolling out Speed variants in 2007 with the Continental GT Speed and added the first Bentayga Speed in 2019.
The Speed variant has unique styling touches such as dark-tint headlights and taillights, body-colored side skirts and a spoiler.