The company has already underlined the concept as a possible preview that could “influence the expansion of the Bentley family”, although approval from the British brand’s German masters at Volkswagen must still be secured.
But, according to Duerheimer, the company is working hard on a formal business case to develop and introduce a version of the Speed 6 to market.
Even if the project gets a green light, though, don’t expect a debut to come anytime soon. “We’re not in a rush,” Duerheimer said, adding that a successful launch for the Bentayga is the company’s top priority in the short term.
The new SUV will make its global debut at next month’s Frankfurt motor show. Stay tuned to CarAdvice for our live coverage from the event.