Theophilus Chin decided to turn Bentley's EXP 10 Speed 6 concept into a sleek shooting brake.
Bentley took the 2015 Geneva Motor Show by storm with an interesting EXP 10 Speed 6 concept which they describe as having the "potential to be the pinnacle luxury two-seat sports car." Now, Theophilus Chin transformed the coupe into a more practical shooting brake providing extra cargo capacity without ruining the design.
There are slim chances of seeing this become a reality, but Bentley is seriously analyzing the prospects of turning the concept into a production two-seater sports car which is estimated to come out in the next three years with a starting price of around £120,000 (about €166,400 / $180,400). If green-lighted for production, the model will sit alongside the Continental GT and will likely be based on the MSB platform.
Right now, Bentley is focusing on the Bentayga which is on track for a 2016 release as "world's most powerful and luxurious SUV." It will have a lot in common with the new Audi Q7 and will spawn a plug-in hybrid derivative in 2017.