The luxury car manufacturer is going to go at it again and this time they will be releasing a brand new version of the Bentley Bentayga next year.
The new car will be much more sophisticated with plenty of luxurious new additions and will be highly aerodynamic besides being obviously faster than its predecessor. The upcoming Bentley Bentayga SUV will be a super coupe according to the company and is expected to be showcased for the first time in 2016. As expected, the company has picked one of the most popular auto shows in the world during which you will be able to get your first peek at this awesome SUV.
Geneva Motor Show scheduled to take place in March next year is the venue Bentley has shortlisted for their launch. Talking about their new car, product manager of the brand said that it will have a strong focus on on-road performance. It doesn’t mean they are going to skip focusing on interior design and other technology based upgrades, but the car will be all about performance.
Such a notion has developed high among the developers ever since Tesla showcased what their SUV could do with a ludicrous speed mode. If an electric motor powered vehicle could do so much, it is obvious that other automobile manufacturers who still work with gasoline cars want to push the maximum extent of their own vehicles.
The present Bentley Bentayga is powered by a W12 6.0-liter engine which has a top speed of 200 miles per hour and can accelerate from 0 to 62 miles per hour in just 4 seconds which is massive, considering the total weight of the vehicle. It also features a huge body in order to give more headroom and stability, but according to reports, the upcoming Bentayga will be much bigger.
The SUV will have a huge bump in terms of size which includes bigger bumpers, spoilers and wheels and sport a sharp design to denote the race car that it is trying to be. We are not sure how a SUV designed to accommodate multiple passengers at once feature sporty looks, but it could probably look sharper, especially in the front. SUVs are usually designed to look huge, which is what Bentley wishes to change, making it sportier and appealing to a majority of the buyer community.
The brand is also planning to launch an all-electric super car which may also be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show.