Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 expected to be redesigned
Bentley is considering some styling tweaks for the EXP 10 Speed 6, if it makes to production, according to company boss Wolfgang Dürheimer. The...
Bentley is considering some styling tweaks for the EXP 10 Speed 6, if it makes to production, according to company boss Wolfgang Dürheimer. The Crewe-based manufacturer showed off the two-seater sports car to its Chinese audience at the Shanghai motor show, as a part of the company’s effort to build a database of customer opinion about the vehicle.
“The car needs to go through all challenging criteria in order to get to a final evaluation of whether we make it or don’t make it,” Dürheimer told sister publication, Autocar UK. Dürheimer said that he was quite pleased with the initial reactions of the people to the EXP 10 Speed 6, given that the car represents a substantial diversion from the current design range of the Bentley.
Bentley says that the minor tweaks to be made to the EXP 10 Speed 6 include the front section and grille, which has to be redesigned to make it look faster, and altering the headlight configuration. Bentley will continue to test the reaction of people to its new models, similar to what was done for the EXP 9F (The forerunner to the Bentayga SUV) and EXP 10 Speed 6.