Bentley may step down a section with a new, smaller luxury automobile that it hopes to have prepared by 2019. The British luxury marque’;s fifth model line, assuming that its SUV ever tends to make it to marketplace, even though, is even now in the earliest preparing phases.
Kevin Rose, Bentley’;s head of revenue and advertising, spoke with Autocar at the Geneva Motor Display about the proposed new car. “At the minute, our line of pondering is for a smaller automobile. But smaller doesn’;t automatically indicate cheaper,” he mentioned. The brand believes the price tag floor of its designs ought to be 25,000 pounds ($ 167,240).
The smaller sized Flying B is not the only venture getting worked on. Rose hinted that it is thinking about an even more costly model over the Mulsanne priced at around 300,000 lbs ($ 501,735) that would compete with the Rolls-Royce Phantom. “The twin pillars of the Bentley brand are overall performance and luxuriousness. Any vehicle that delivers anything special, with both of those bases nicely covered, is on the table,” he said.
Irrespective of regardless of whether either of them ever gets built, Rose indicated that new generations of the Continental GT and Flying Spur are at the moment in improvement, and they will be the initial to debut.