The SUV will be built in the Crewe plant and will go on sale in 2016. Over the next three years Bentley will invest more than £800 million to make the plant ready for the unnamed SUV.
Bentley claims its SUV will remain true to the brand hallmarks of luxury, performance, quality and craftsmanship. The styling will set it apart from any other SUV on the road and will be true to the Bentley design DNA. At the time of its launch it will likely be the most luxurious and most powerful SUV the world has ever seen.
Not much is known about the styling at this point as Bentley only released a rough exterior sketch with the press release. We just hope Bentley stays far away from the concept SUV it revealed a few months ago.