Bentley has unveiled the EXP 100 GT, a luxurious fully-electric grand tourer concept for 2035 to celebrate it’s 100th anniversary, showing the automaker’s vision in terms of style and technology.
The imposing GT measures at 5.8-metres long and 2.4 metres wide, with fluid and powerful lines. The impressive ‘grille’ is incorporated with LEDs and it serves both decorative and communicative purposes, while the Flying B mascot on hood illuminates when driver approaches the car.
The four electric motors generate 1,340 hp and 1,491Nm of torque combined and propel the GT to 100 km/h within 2,5 seconds and reach the 300 km/h top speed. The battery pack has a range of 700 km and in just 15 minutes the battery can regain 80% of its power.
Besides the aluminium and carbon fibre bodywork, a range of innovative and sustainable materials can be found on the concept. The body is finished with Compass exterior paint made from recycled rice husks. The Copper Infused Riverwood used for the interior has been preserved for 5,000 years, while the leather-like material is created with by-product from wine making. The usage of wool carpets and embroidered cotton interior just brings the sustainable image even further. With fully autonomous driving system, augmented reality on-board displays, gestural commands, automatic darkening windows and more, owners would have an effortless ride no matter they choose to drive the car themselves or just sit back and relax.