The company – which has already electrified examples of the original Range Rover, Jaguar XK120, Rolls-Royce Phantom V and Rolls Royce Silver Cloud – will reportedly charge £350,000 (AU$630,000) for the conversion process, with customers required to supply their own vehicle.
Powertrain specifications are yet to be confirmed, however it is likely the Bentley will get the existing dual electric motor package fitted to previous variants. In the Rolls-Royce, the set-up puts out an impressive 280kW and 700Nm.
Voltage is drawn from an 80kWh battery pack, which, according to the manufacturer, allows for a real world driving range of 480km.
Electric classic conversions are not new however – last year CarAdvice reported conversion kits for its historic Kombi, Beetle, Kubel and, Karmann models would potentially be offered by Volkswagen.