Here’s how Bentley plans to go fully electric by 2030
The debut of the Bentley EXP 100 GT Concept in 2019 marks the start of the Over 100 business reinvention. Bentley aims to shift its portfolio to offer plug-in hybrid or battery-electric powertrains by 2026 and all-electric models by 2030. and integrity,” said Adrian Hallmark, Bentley Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “Within a decade, Bentley will transform from a century-old luxury car company into a sustainable and entirely ethical new model for luxury.”
But in a separate press release, Bentley says it is accelerating its Beyond 100 strategy with its “Five-in-Five” plan. This ambitious project sees Bentley launch a new electric vehicle every year from 2025. In addition, hybrid variants of the Bentayga EWB, Continental GT, Continental GTC and Flying Spur S join the automaker’s existing lineup, reinforcing Bentley’s commitment to becoming a global pioneer in sustainable luxury mobility. CNBC adds that Bentley will spend $3.4 billion over the next decade to research, develop and build its “dream factory” in Crewe until 2032.