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Bentley's EXP 100 GT is an electric, self-driving concept car for an ultra luxe future - Roadshow

Antonio Roger (2019-07-13)

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id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> Enlarge ImageThat grille? Six-thousand LED light bulbs.

i2.pngDaniel Barnett/Roadshow Modern cars are evolving at an astonishing pace, but to many there's a danger they're all headed for the same homogenous, electrified, self-driving future that robs enthusiasts of all enjoyment. Nobody is more concerned by this than Bentley, which is doing its best to develop future cars that embrace technological change, while retaining driver enjoyment.

Bentley's great silver hope for a brighter future is the EXP 100 GT. It's an electric, semiautonomous concept car that shows Bentley's vision for what its GT cars will look like 35 years from now. It's also the company's 100th birthday present to itself.

Aesthetically, the EXP 100 GT is striking, to say the least. Its sleek body is constructed from lightweight aluminum and carbon fiber, though it's larger than it appears in photos. At nearly 20 feet long and hosts custom training for our clients’ internal and external learners with a special emphasis in usability and accessibility. 8 feet wide, it's considerably bigger than even a Range Rover, but it disguises its dimensions well, thanks to sleek proportions and a wealth of impressive details littered throughout.

The front is pure, futuristic aggression. It features the new "Flying B" Bentley mascot, developed for the company's centenary, along with round headlights that spill over into a massive illuminated grille consisting of 6,000 LED lights.

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