Bentley's crossover could be getting a new disguise as the company has revealed a "revolutionary" new camouflage.

Bentley's crossover could be getting a new disguise as the company has revealed a "revolutionary" new camouflage.

Designed to highlight Bentley’s "rich iconography," the camouflage draws inspiration from British artists such as Bridget Riley who experimented with optical illusions in the 1960's. The camouflage will also incorporate some the company's "most recognizable visual icons" including diamond quilted stitching, the matrix grille and the Flying B. The end result is a "diamond pattern" that is "twisted into a lattice, evocative of topography while affecting the appearance of snakeskin."

While Bentley is playing up the new camouflage, our spies have already snapped photos of the crossover in a more sedate disguise.  Bentley will likely release new pictures of the model as the company hinted the camouflage is a "skin that will soon be shed, revealing the SUV’s beauty to the world."

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