Bentley SUV Reportedly Geared for 322KM/H Top Speed
Mar 26, 2014 14:27
There's about a year to go for the production version of the Bentley SUV, and now UK Magazine Autocar has the low-down on the model, claiming to have information about it.
According to them, it was designed with a top speed of 320km/h, and will have a low roofline and generally slippery profile thanks to a small front surface. The engine has not been confirmed yet but the EXP9 concept, shown in Geneva used a tweaked version of the W12 engine that the VW group lends to Bentley. Or it could be a higher production spec SUV from this.
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