The Bentley gets a lower roof line, deeply sculpted panels and a muscular rear haunch and an overall lower, wider stance that works well with the sharp lines and pretty curves. New design feature on the front fender is the vent with the styled B. The chrome grille is more upright, and is flanked by LED headlamps. The lower air intake is completely different from the last generation Flying Spur. At the rear, a longer and lower boot lid lends a more swept appearance to the side profile. Horizontal single ellipse LED tail lamps combine with a new interpretation of the famed Bentley ‘Horse Shoe’ feature line, now running the full width of the car.
As with the new range of Volvos announced yesterday, the Bentley also has the facility to create a WiFi hotspot for its occupants. A new Touch Screen Remote enables the passengers at the rear to control the entertainment system as well as the climate control system. The entire cabin has been redesigned with the exception of the sun visors, grab handles, armrests and some of the front console / controls.