Bentley CEO Wolfgang Durheimer recently revealed plans for an all-new model and new details are starting to emerge about what we can expect.

Bentley CEO Wolfgang Durheimer recently revealed plans for an all-new model and new details are starting to emerge about what we can expect.

Speaking to Automobile Magazine, Durheimer said the company is considering two options and “one is a two-seater sports car below the Continental GT" while "the other is a new model positioned between the Flying Spur and the Mulsanne.”

While we've already heard this before, the magazine is reporting the entry-level model would be an Aston Martin Vantage competitor. The car would reportedly feature a front-mounted V8 engine and rear-wheel drive but they are already rumors about a GT3 variant with all-wheel drive and a hardcore GTR3 with rear-wheel drive.

The other model remains a bit of a mystery but speculation suggests it could be either a four-door coupe version of the Flying Spur or an all-new model based on the rumored Porsche Panamera Coupe.

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