#2015GenevaMotorShow: Bentley Reveals EXP 10 Speed 6 Concept
Modified On Mar 03, 2015 06:09 PM By Raunak
Modern interpretation of the Bentley’s classic designing cues, look at it man - looking sexy as hell!
In a sweet shocking surprise, Volkswagen group owned Bentley motors has revealed a new EXP 10 speed 6 concept just before the on-going Geneva Motor Show. The British super luxury automaker conveys that the EXP 10 speed 6 concept envisions how the future Bentley will look like and hints for a new two seater sports car product that will sit alongside the uber cool Continental GT.
Wolfgang Dürheimer, Chairman and Chief Executive of Bentley Motors, comments: “EXP 10 Speed 6 is one vision for Bentley’s future – a powerful, exquisite and individual concept. The show-car has the potential to be the new pinnacle luxury two-seat sports car. It offers thrilling, driver-oriented performance, complete with trademark modern Bentley luxury and effortlessness.”
“It could be a future model line, alongside the Continental GT and redefining the pinnacle of another market sector, and the styling of the EXP 10 Speed 6 could influence the expansion of the Bentley family. This is not just a new sports car concept – but the potential Bentley sports car – a bold vision for a brand with a bold future.”
That’s too much of Opulence!
Bentley says that EXP 10 speed 6 concept is modern interpretation of the Classic Bentley designing cues. Dressed up in the iconic British Racing Green, Bentley says EXP 10 speed 6 ‘is an expression of muscular, athletic surfaces inspired by the aerodynamic shapes of aircraft fuselages and wings.’ The British marque has incorporated state-of-the-art 3D metal printing technology, which has evolved the traditional Bentley mesh grille, exhaust tips and door handles with micro-scale design precision and exquisite detailing. The detailing to the headlamps is just mind boggling.
On the inside, the renowned Bentley quilted leather has inspired three dimensional texture and features. The instrumentation cluster gets an analog rev counter with digital instrumentation cluster. The central console gets a large curved ‘highly intuitive’ 12” touch screen! And at last the vehicle is fired up by ‘B’ button placed subtly into the gearshift lever!
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