Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 concept is a high-performance two seater hybrid sportscar

Last year rumours were circulating that Bentley is considering a two seater sportscar based on the Audi R8.

The car you see here is called Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 concept and it looks to fit the description. The futuristic Bentley design combined with a British luxury is in concept form still, but does look quite fit for actual production.

Compared to the production Bentley models, the EXP 10 Speed 6 has a sportier and more aerodynamic evolutionary design. The design is likely to influence brand’s future design language in the next few years.

The muscular look with shapes of aircraft fuselages and wings is a clean result, while still unmistakably Bentley.

The interior is also a big improvement compared to the current models, which sometimes feel a bit old. The cabin features two quilted sports seats separated by narrow centre console, which houses exquisite driver controls and a highly intuitive 12″ touch screen. These features combine futuristic technology seamlessly with progressive Bentley craftsmanship.

Engine details were not released, but the concept is imagined with a new hybrid powertrain.

We expect to hear more about the production model soon. Market launch is likely sometimes in 2017.

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  • leej

    not that I can afford one, but I hope that when it goes into production they eliminate that sick – uh – six on the grille