Look only at that magnificent beast. Generally the Bentley EXP 100 GT and has now been produced to both preview the long term, and also to celebrate the 100th birthday in the Bentley brand.
Starting with the design. It develops the principles of the present Continental GT, with a traditional long bonnet and sweeping roofline. Around behind, though, it seems dramatically different to any current Bentley, which has a long and drawn-out rear windscreen and tail.
Some of the finer details of the planning include an illuminated matrix grille in the front and Flying B mascot, as the rear horseshoe part of boot carries a 3D OLED screen than can match the taillights. The entire body is finished from a special Compass colour utilizing a Colourstream pigment that is definitely which is designed to reflect autumn colours.
It probably won’t look like it from the outside but below it is a bespoke all-electric platform.. Yep, this grandeur machine is electric. There’s an electric motor at most wheel, with plenty power and as much as 1500Nm of torque to dust of 0-100km/h in mere 2.5 seconds.
Considering the concept weighs 1900kg, that may be very impressive acceleration. The unit offers a range of 700km, and is charged to 80 percent in mere 15 minutes. Which reminds me, recharging to done by the Bentley Personal Assistant.
The interior is filled towards brim with fine luxury and elegance. There’s something called adaptable biometric seats which can adapt to the driving mode. Including, the driver’s seat can also swivel around in order to manage the rear occupants during autonomous driving mode.
There’s also loads of synthetic leather, bespoke copper infused riverwood which contains naturally fallen from trees and preserved for 5000 years in lakes and rivers, as well as crafted stitchwork by Hand and Lock, a London-based embroidery company. Their stitching techniques date back to 1767 and are also utilized in Royal and Military uniforms.
Although this is just an idea car, Bentley says it envisions a grand tourer of 2035. It’s also part of the 100th anniversary celebrations, that may continue all year round.