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Is the Highly Anticipated Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 Going to be Manufactured?

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At times, we find ourselves wishing that all concept cars would become a reality and hit the roads. Many concept cars captivate and excite us, only to remain ideas that never materialize.

In 2015, Bentley revealed an intricate and alluring concept called the Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6. The model derived its name, Six-Speed, from a highly successful sports car from the 1920s.

The Chairman of the company, Wolfgang Dürheimer, stated that this concept had the potential to become the ultimate luxurious two-seater sports car and represented one of Bentley’s visions for the future. This car was set to shake up the world of Bentleys in a sensible way.

Speculations hinted that it would be positioned just below the Bentayga in terms of power, price, and size, possibly even as a smaller SUV. This move would have been quite bold, considering the Bentayga’s considerable success for Bentley.

Had it gone into production, there is no doubt that the Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 would have established a unique presence in the market, showcasing exceptional engineering and design language without many limitations.

Nevertheless, Bentley’s commitment to surprise and delight by introducing remarkable engineering and design elements continues to be evident.

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