While the specifics are kind of hazy, a new report is indicating Bentley will offer an entry-level coupe, an SUV, a five-door hatchback.

According to a recent report, Bentley is developing three new models.

While the specifics are kind of hazy, Auto Express says the first vehicle will be a £150,000 (€178,000 / $242,000) five-door coupe which will be underpinned by the next-generation Porsche Panamera. Essentially a Bentley verison of the Aston Martin Rapide, the car will reportedly be powered by a 4.0-liter V8 and an updated 6.0-liter W12.

Secondly, the long-rumored Bentley SUV is slated to be based on the Porsche Cayenne and could be called the Cross Continental. It will reportedly sticker for £120,000 (€142,000 / $193,000) and have a bespoke interior worthy of the Flying B. Engine options are expected to carryover from the five-door coupe, but Volkswagen chairman Dr. Ferdinand Piech has previously stated "You will see diesel at Bentley."

Lastly, the company could offer an entry-level coupe which would slot beneath the Continental GT. Details are limited, but it is envisioned as a competitor to the Maserati GranTurismo and would likely wear a £90,000 (€107,000 / $145,000) price tag.

The models aren't schedule to appear until 2015, but in the meantime, we can look forward to redesigned versions of the Continental Flying Spur and Continental GT Convertible.

Bentley developing three new models - report