Bentley could offer a range of armored vehicles that would be built in-house. They would be targeted at buyers in Latin America, Russia and the Middle East.

Bentley could offer a range of armored vehicles that would be built in-house.

Details are limited, but the cars would likely be targeted at risk-conscious buyers in Latin America, Russia and the Middle East.

Speaking with The Guardian, Bentley finance chief Jan-Henrik Lafrentz said "For these markets, security is an issue. We are looking at the business case of doing armored cars." He added, "We cannot do this for just one country. There are other countries where there is need for this."

 

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