Bentley will modify the styling of its Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 should the concept make production. according to business boss Wolfgang Durheimer. The Crewe-based firm showed off the two-seater to a Chinese audience at last week’s Shanghai motor show as part of efforts to build a database of customer opinion about the car. The car has been displayed at the Geneva and New York motor programs and will go to the Middle East on its in the past to the UK from China.
“The car requires to get through all challenging criteria to be able to arrive at a final evaluation of whether we make it or don’t allow it to be,‘ Durheimer stated. “After the summer. we will have a solid database from all major markets around the world, detailing just how the car is perceived. how its styling connects or disconnects to our major target group and what cost and volume potential is behind it. Then we can begin to build up our business situation for the car.” Durheimer said he’d been pleased by the first reaction, given that the car represents a dramatic diversion from the current Bentley model line-up.
He said: “that which we already received as a definite indication after Geneva had been the message: “Don’t change anything. Just do it‘. “There are only little tweaks that require to he done. Our present intention is always to make the front section look a little hit faster. The grille will not be as upright. It will be a little bit more laid down. “We will probably look once again at the headlight configuration. They appear a bit embarrassing from different perspectives. For a Bentley lace, circular- shaped headlights are what our customers like. This type of headlight you find in the Mulsanne plus in the forthcoming SUV. and our clients state: ‘This is what we like from Bentley’.” Durheimer stated Bentley would in future continue to test response to new models in public places In the same method to its approach with the EXP 9F concept, which preceded the Bentayga SUV. and the Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6.