Bentley’s Sport Utility Vehicle concept moves towards defining the future of the automotive industry in the UK.
This dramatic concept, branded the EXP 9 F, presents a completely new Grand Touring Bentley; a vehicle that promises a versatile, stunning and exhilarating performance, advanced technology and also adds a sporty look to the model.
The new luxury Bentley model will see refinements on the bespoke Mulsanne, the Continental GT, the Flying Spur and the GTC, marking a new target for the SUV models, with its philosophy relying purely on the Bentley’s 6.0 litre petrol engine.
Customers of the Bentley model may also opt for the newly launched 500bhp, which enjoys the power of the 4.0 litre petrol V8 engine.
The all-wheel drive SUV Bentley model, with Bentley’s traditional power, hallmark performance, amazing technology, luxury and spacious cabins, remains the ultimate solution for both on-road and off-road travels.
Some of the features will include: stunning 23-inch alloy wheels, twin exhaust tail pipes with ‘rifled’ inner surfaces, rear lights inspired by fighter jet engines and a four-zone electro-chromatic ‘sun-roof’.
What are Electrochromic Windows?
Electrochromic windows are windows that can be darkened or lightened electronically, allowing for the automatic control of the amount of light and heat that passes through the windows, thereby presenting the opportunity for windows to be used as energy saving devices.
Bentley continues to enjoy a global luxury brand that enables car buyers to access these ultimate and luxury car models from virtually every corner of the world.
The concept gives birth to a new Bentley. The EXP 9 F.
Unmistakably a Bentley – yet a Bentley like none before it.
A vision of the future and a pinnacle of luxury British motoring.
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