Bentley has announced they will have to make a decision regarding the next model to be added to their growing portfolio.
Company boss Wolfgang Durheimer says Bentley will have to decide whether they will introduce a production version of the EXP 10 Speed 6 concept or a smaller SUV positioned below the upcoming Bentayga. He went on to specify Bentley is still a small company with limited resources so they can't make both of them at the same time. Their next step is to investigate whether they "need" an SUV "one size smaller" than the Bentayga due to go on sale next year.
The aforementioned EXP 10 Speed 6 concept was introduced back in March at the Geneva Motor Show where Bentley billed it as a "sector-defining two-seater sportscar." They didn't specify what was lurking underneath that sculpted hood, but with VAG as parent company, they have plenty of engines to choose from for a potential production model.
Details about the sub-Bentayga model are not available at this point, but we do know Bentley only recently started thinking about a second high-riding model to join their first ever model of this kind. Regardless of which one will be green-lighted for production, it won't be introduced before the end of the decade.