Bentley working on a four-door coupe based on the Continental GT

Article by Christian Andrei, on April 22, 2013

It appears that the success seen by the Mercedes-Benz CLS or the Bmw 6-Series Gran Coupe made other luxury carmakers working on their own versions of four-door coupes. Bentley is the last carmaker who will add a four-door coupe to its lineup and according to AutoExpress the Continental GT is the model chosen by the British company.

In an interview, Bentley CEO Wolfgang Schreiber confirmed the fact that a coupe would sit below the recently unveiled Continental GT Flying Spur but we will have to expect this car by 2016 at the earliest.

Currently, Bentley is focusing on an SUV as the demand for this type of vehicles is continuously rising. For those who don’t know, Bentley and Lamborghini (both owned by Volkswagen Group) are currently working hard on their SUVs. The Bentley SUV will hit the dealerships by 2015 and the manufacturer said that it received over 2,000 pre orders.

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