The British luxury brand has just unveiled the Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 concept ahead of the 2015 Geneva motor show.
According to Bentley, the two-seat EXP 10 Speed 6 “could be a future model line” and its styling “could influence the expansion of the Bentley family”.
Along with a much updated design aesthetic, Bentley has equipped the EXP 10 Speed 6 with door handles, exhaust tips, grille mesh and side vents that have been created by a 3D metal printer.
The brand has yet to provide any details about the concept car’s drivetrain, but, if the EXP 10 Speed 6 keeps to the company’s established nomenclature, the car should feature a six-cylinder engine of some description.
From the interior shots of the car, we know that the EXP 10 Speed 6 is fitted with an automated transmission and features shift paddles behind the steering wheel.
The EXP 10 Speed 6’s interior naturally features acres of rich leather across the dashboard and other surfaces, as well as an assortment knurled dials and knobs. The pattern of the quilted leather seats has been replicated on the car’s milled cherry wood door inserts.
A lengthy 12-inch touchscreen stretches along the centre tunnel from the top of the gear shifter to a free-standing position in front of the dashboard.
The instrumentation pack in front of the driver consists of an analogue tachometer on the left, next to which is a dynamic high-resolution LCD screen filling the central pod and right dial areas.
Behind the EXP 10 Speed 6’s two seats is a luggage area that’s split horizontally in two by a tower brace. The company has designed a four-piece luggage set to make the best use of the available space.