Theophilus did his usual thing and took one look at the car and thought “I’m sure I can improve the look of the car with a shooting brake render”. The redesign not only adds additional boot space to the car but also gives the car a very slick look.
As ever, there is no chance of Bentley creating the shooting brake version of the EXP 10 Speed 6. But there are rumours of plans for the concept to go into production in the next 3 years at a starting price of around £120,000. The two-seater car will sit alongside the successfully selling Continental GT. In the short term Bentley are focusing on the production of the Bentayga for release in 2016.