Bentley Sales and Marking Director Kevin Rose has revealed the company is considering another model.

Bentley Sales and Marking Director Kevin Rose has revealed the company is considering another model.

Speaking to Autocar, Rose said the car could arrive before the end of the decade but "It’s hard to be certain what the market will demand that far into the future." However, he said the company is leaning towards a smaller car but that "doesn’t necessarily mean cheaper.”

That's pretty vague but the publication says the company is considering an entry-level model that would slot below the Continental GT but still cost more than £100,000 ($167,220 / €120,900). Bentley is also rumored to be considering a range-topping model that would slot above the Mulsanne but little is known about it.

Regardless of what the company decides to offer, Rose said any future model would have to embrace the twin pillars of the brand - "performance and luxuriousness."

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