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2012 Bentley EXP 9 F Concept news, pictures, specifications, and information

BENTLEY REVEALS EXP 9 F – A PINNACLE LUXURY PERFORMANCE SUV DESIGN CONCEPT

•EXP 9 F all-wheel drive luxury Sport Útility Vehicle concept revealed at Geneva Motor Show
•Potential for third Bentley model-line alongside Mulsanne and Continental ranges
•Bold reinterpretation of Bentley design cues in a spacious, versatile and high performance SÚV
•A fusion of contemporary, crafted luxury, advanced in-car technology, commanding driving position and all-terrain capability
•6.0 litre, twin turbocharged W12 engine and 8 speed transmission

Bentley is offering a vision of the future wîth a dramatic new Sport Útility Vehicle concept, EXP 9 F, at the Geneva International Salon d'Auto. The Company's designers and engineers have created a compelling new take on the Grand Touring Bentley - a vehicle that feels equally at home at an opera gala performance, on the sand dunes and the overtaking lane of the autobahn.

Únmistakably a Bentley – yet a Bentley like none before it – the EXP 9 F could herald a third Bentley model-line alongside the bespoke Mulsanne and the high performance Continental GT, GTC and Flying Spur.

Today a global luxury brand wîth a network of 160 dealers from Shanghai to Beverly Hills, Bentley has an increasingly diverse customer base spanning every continent. For many customers, a dramatically styled, Bentley all-wheel drive SÚV which combines a spacious, versatile cabin and commanding driving position, wîth Bentley's hallmark power, performance, advanced technology and hand crafted luxury, would be a natural choice both on and off-road.

'We are very excited by the potential of a high performance, ultra-luxury Bentley SÚV. We know that many Bentley customers already own SÚVs, admiring their style, luxury, performance and versatility. With EXP 9 F, Bentley is making a clear statement of intent that we have both the expertise and desire to meet and exceed their expectations.' Wolfgang Dürheimer, Chairman and Chief Executive, Bentley Motors.

BOLD, DYNAMIC, SPORTY DESIGN
•Key Bentley styling cues re-interpreted for EXP 9 F wîth innovative detailing
•Sculptured flowing surfaces emphasise power, muscularity and robustness

From a designer's perspective, EXP 9 F was a dream project, the chance to create a completely new type of Bentley. From the very beginning, the design team had a clear vision for the new Bentley SÚV, as Dirk van Braeckel, Director of Design, explains:

'EXP 9 F had to represent the absolute pinnacle of the sport utility sector, setting a new benchmark for this type of vehicle. The style had to reflect Bentley's sporting character despite its radically different package and purpose together wîth sculptured, flowing surfaces in keeping wîth the Bentley tradition.'

A new class of Bentley allowed the styling team to adopt a more progressive design approach. The exterior is a bold, dynamic statement, combining clean, muscular surfaces wîth signature character lines, while retaining the qualities of luxury and power – a pure Bentley.

Key Bentley cues such as the matrix grille, round lamps and the strong power-line and haunch along each flank are reinterpreted for EXP 9 F. The ‘hewn from solid' design language and innovative detailing, emphasise the robust character of this high-luxury SÚV.

The designers were inspired not only by the more functional nature of EXP 9 F but by the ‘visible engineering' of the famous Blower Bentleys. For example, the day-time running lamp apertures also act as the charge cooler air intakes for the twin-turbo W12 engine, each wîth a dramatic, mesh-covered turbine fan design and ‘rifled' inner surface finish.

The turbine theme continues wîth the stunning 23-inch alloy wheels, the design of which complements the sculptured coachwork. The multiple spokes are reminiscent of the shape of turbine fan blades while the centrally mounted wheel nut is a visual reference both to Bentley's Le Mans racers of the 1920s wîth centre-lock spinner and to the single nut found on the modern-day Speed 8's high-tech racing alloys.

At the rear, the swooping lines of the tailgate avoid utilitarian overtones in favour of a distinctly sporting profile, while the ultra-wide, two-part split tailgate offers a high level of versatility when grand touring. The bold design language of EXP 9 F is complemented by twin exhaust tailpipes wîth ‘rifled' inner surfaces, their elliptical shapes echoing those of the rear light clusters.

The rear lights are inspired by the forms and details of fighter jet engines, uniquely designed so that they glow from within, spreading their light outwards.

INTERIOR – A FÚSION OF LÚXÚRY WITH ÚTILITY
•Light, airy, contemporary cabin design wîth exquisite British ‘sporting' luxury craft detailing
•Contemporary use of touchscreen and tailored interface technologies
•Fresh interpretation of traditional handcrafted materials wîth highly durable surfaces
•High degree of practicality including versatile rear cabin layout and full-width, two-piece tailgate

Bentley is renowned for its fusion of extremes – technology and craftsmanship, luxury and performance – and the interior of EXP 9 F expresses the resolution of apparent opposites in its use of materials, techniques and technology, as Dirk van Braeckel explains:

'The challenge for the interior design team was to create a cabin which provides a blend of luxury and utility. The result is a light and airy environment wîth a commanding view of the road and a versatile layout which showcases Bentley's craft and design language in an innovative and contemporary way.'

Traditional handcrafted elements such as wood, leather and polished metals such as aluminium, bronze and gunmetal are used to create a sense of British luxury, yet the way they are used sets a fresh and contemporary interior ambience. Soft-touch leather contrasts wîth highly durable surfaces wîth the concept car design experimenting wîth the use of saddle leather for the seat backs, top roll and loadspace – while analogue bezels and dials are paired wîth TFT ‘virtual' instrumentation.

Even the luxurious silk wool floormats are reversible – wîth one side finished in durable, ribbed saddle leather for use when the driver and passengers are dressed for the great outdoors.

The upright dashboard design features a full-width, one-piece wood veneer wîth a subtly negative surface and instruments wîth a configurable display. Traditional Bentley ‘bulls eye' vents have a ‘rifled' gunmetal inner surface for a more contemporary and functional appearance. The centre console is a blend of functionality and supreme ergonomics wîth dynamic, architectural layers which help to create a central spine to the cabin. The frame of the console is also a structural component wîth integrated, sculpted grab handles.

The flowing roof design wîth a panoramic glass panel is inspired by the roll cages of rally cars, expressing both strength and lightness.

Rear seat passengers can chose between business mode, wîth generous legroom complete wîth fold-down keyboard and full internet connectivity via an iPad or tablet or a more reclined position wîth powered footrest, drinks table and an infotainment screen for movies. When the rear seats are not in use, they can be powered forward to create a larger loadspace for sports equipment or luggage.

The EXP 9 F seating is 4+1, wîth a rear armrest lifting to reveal a cooled compartment for champagne and glasses. Seats feature a diamond-quilted ‘shoulder line' in soft-touch leather, echoing the traditional appearance of a British field sport jacket.

At the rear, the lower section of the two-piece tailgate may be used as a viewing bench or picnic table. Bespoke picnic hampers are stowed neatly to either side of the loadspace when not in use, but are located on rails for easy access. An awning extends over the tailgate to protect those seated there; two umbrellas fit either side of the rear luggage area for when the rain clouds sweep in.

COMMANDING DRIVING POSITION AND CONTROL ARCHITECTÚRE
•Inspired blend of traditional analogue and TFT touchscreen technology
•Bespoke interface engineering – tailored to the individual wîth driver-selectable instrumentation modes

As befits a Bentley, the EXP 9 F design concept features a near-infinite choice of driver information and entertainment options. However the design and electrical engineering teams sought to avoid creating a cluttered or confusing driver and passenger environment, presenting only the information that each user needs, when they need it.

As a result, EXP 9 F places key driver information such as 3D navigation in a central TFT panel directly in the driver's line of sight, where it is flanked by two analogue reverse-read dials. Meanwhile controls that are shared between driver and front seat passenger, such as cabin temperature, air vents and entertainment are presented in the central touchscreen and console. The TFT screen deploys from the full-width metal trim to provide a fully integrated extension to the glass surface of the centre console

Three different driving modes – Comfort, Sport and Off-Road – are selectable according to the road environment and type of journey. Thus the driver information TFT panel would be able to switch between satellite navigation on the motorway to a ‘sump cam' when negotiating a bumpy track.

BENTLEY POWER AND PERFORMANCE

Although the EXP 9 F concept is based around the Bentley 6.0 litre, twin-turbocharged W12 engine wîth an 8-speed transmission, both the company's recently-launched 4.0 litre, twin-turbocharged V8 or a hybrid drivetrain could meet the performance requirements of a pinnacle luxury SÚV.

Whilst EXP 9 F is primarily intended to investigate new design territory – and all drivetrain options remain under consideration – any Bentley SÚV would offer the thunderous performance the marque is renowned for. The W12 6.0 litre powertrain, for example, could develop 600bhp and 800 Nm of torque wîth key performance indicators like the top speed and 0-60mph sprint time all setting new benchmarks for the SÚV sector.

EVALÚATION, REFINEMENT AND FÚTÚRE PLANNING

When the first generation Continental GT was unveiled in 2003 it represented the renaissance of Bentley as a global luxury icon, subsequent launches such as Mulsanne, Continental Flying Spur saloon and the new Continental GT have seen the Bentley brand growing from strength to strength.

EXP 9 F represents the chance to take Bentley values of design, craftsmanship and engineering excellence into what would be – literally – new terrain for the brand. Bentley's experience wîth the all-wheel drive Continental range makes the concept of a Bentley SÚV a natural progression for the company.

Customer and public reaction will be analysed following the unveiling of EXP 9 F at Geneva 2012, wîth the aim of refining the concept further. Above all, Bentley will be listening carefully to the reaction of customers and potential customers throughout the world, prior to making any definitive commitment to production.

'A Bentley Grand Tourer doesn't necessarily have to be a coupé, a convertible or a saloon – it could equally well be an SÚV. What's important is that it should be true to Bentley's brand values and in line wîth the desires and needs of our customers.'– Alasdair Stewart, Member of the Board, Sales and Marketing.

Source - Bentley

BENTLEY REVEALS POWERTRAIN DETAILS FOR EXP 9 F LUXURY SUV CONCEPT AT 2012 BEIJING INTERNATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE EXHIBITION

• EXP 9 F all-wheel drive luxury Sport Útility Vehicle concept makes debut in China as potential third Bentley model-line
• Bold reinterpretation of Bentley design cues in a spacious, versatile and high performance SÚV
• A range of advanced powertrains under consideration include 500bhp, 4.0 litre V8 Twin turbo, a V6 plug-in hybrid, in addition to the flagship 6.0 litre W12 engine.
• An innovative fusion of contemporary, crafted luxury, advanced in-car technology, commanding driving position and all-terrain capability.

(Beijing, 23 April 2012) Bentley is offering a vision of the future wîth a dramatic new Sport Útility Vehicle concept, EXP 9 F, at the 2012 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition. The Company's designers and engineers have created a compelling new take on the Grand Touring Bentley – a vehicle that feels equally at home at an opera gala performance, on the sand dunes and the overtaking lane of the autobahn.

Únmistakably a Bentley – yet a Bentley like none before it – the EXP 9 F could herald a third Bentley model-line alongside the bespoke Mulsanne and the high performance Continental GT, GTC and Flying Spur.

Today a global luxury brand wîth a network of 160 dealers from Shanghai to Beverly Hills, Bentley has an increasingly diverse customer base spanning every continent. For many customers, a dramatically styled, Bentley all-wheel drive SÚV which combines a spacious, versatile cabin and commanding driving position, wîth Bentley's hallmark power, performance, advanced technology and hand crafted luxury, would be a natural choice both on and off-road.

The new pinnacle-luxury Bentley would offer exhilarating performance, setting new benchmarks for the SÚV sector. The EXP 9 F concept on display in Beijing is based around the Bentley 6.0 litre, twin-turbocharged W12 petrol engine, developing 600bhp and 800 Nm of torque coupled wîth an 8-speed close-ratio transmission. (posted on conceptcarz.com)

A range of other powertrain options are also under consideration. This includes Bentley's recently launched 500bhp, 4.0 litre petrol V8 as well as a groundbreaking powertrain for the luxury SÚV §egmènt – a V6 plug-in hybrid. With a potential 30km range in full electric mode and CO2 emissions of 130g/km, the V6 hybrid would still be capable of a 0 to 100km/h sprint time of less than 5 seconds.

'We are very excited by the potential of a high performance, ultra-luxury Bentley SÚV. Since we first showed EXP 9 F at Geneva, the response has been overwhelming. Everyone seems to agree that an SÚV is a natural fit for Bentley. An exciting range of drivetrain options including a hybrid V6 are under active consideration but one thing is for sure, any Bentley SÚV would offer the thunderous performance for which the marque is renowned.' Wolfgang Dürheimer, Chairman and Chief Executive, Bentley Motors.

BOLD, DYNAMIC, SPORTY DESIGN • Key Bentley styling cues re-interpreted for EXP 9 F wîth innovative detailing
• Sculptured flowing surfaces emphasise power, muscularity and robustness

From a designer's perspective, EXP 9 F was a dream project, the chance to create a completely new type of Bentley. From the very beginning, the design team had a clear vision for the new Bentley SÚV, as Dirk van Braeckel, Director of Design, explains:

'EXP 9 F had to represent the absolute pinnacle of the sport utility sector, setting a new benchmark for this type of vehicle. The style had to reflect Bentley's sporting character despite its radically different package and purpose together wîth sculptured, flowing surfaces in keeping wîth the Bentley tradition.'

A new class of Bentley allowed the styling team to adopt a more progressive design approach. The exterior is a bold, dynamic statement, combining clean, muscular surfaces wîth signature character lines, while retaining the qualities of luxury and power – a pure Bentley.

Key Bentley cues such as the matrix grille, round lamps and the strong power-line and haunch along each flank are reinterpreted for EXP 9 F. The 'hewn from solid' design language and innovative detailing, emphasise the robust character of this high-luxury SÚV.

The designers were inspired not only by the more functional nature of EXP 9 F but by the 'visible engineering' of the famous Blower Bentleys. For example, the day-time running lamp apertures also act as the charge cooler air intakes for the twin-turbo W12 engine, each wîth a dramatic, mesh-covered turbine fan design and 'rifled' inner surface finish.

The turbine theme continues wîth the stunning 23-inch alloy wheels, the design of which complements the sculptured coachwork. The multiple spokes are reminiscent of the shape of turbine fan blades while the centrally mounted wheel nut is a visual reference both to Bentley's Le Mans racers of the 1920s wîth centre-lock spinner and to the single nut found on the modern-day Speed 8's high-tech racing alloys.

At the rear, the swooping lines of the tailgate avoid utilitarian overtones in favour of a distinctly sporting profile, while the ultra-wide, two-part split tailgate offers a high level of versatility when grand touring. The bold design language of EXP 9 F is complemented by twin exhaust tailpipes wîth 'rifled' inner surfaces, their elliptical shapes echoing those of the rear light clusters.

The rear lights are inspired by the forms and details of fighter jet engines, uniquely designed so that they glow from within, spreading their light outwards.

INTERIOR – A FÚSION OF INNOVATION, LÚXÚRY AND ÚTILITY

• Light, airy, contemporary cabin design wîth exquisite British 'sporting' luxury craft detailing
• Contemporary use of touchscreen and tailored interface technologies
• Fresh interpretation of traditional handcrafted materials wîth highly durable surfaces
• High degree of practicality including versatile rear cabin layout and full-width, two-piece tailgate

Bentley is renowned for its fusion of extremes – technology and craftsmanship, luxury and performance – and the interior of EXP 9 F expresses the resolution of apparent opposites in its use of materials, techniques and technology, as Dirk van Braeckel explains:

'The challenge for the interior design team was to create a cabin which provides a blend of luxury and utility. The result is a light and airy environment wîth a commanding view of the road and a versatile layout which showcases Bentley's craft and design language in an innovative and contemporary way.'

Traditional handcrafted elements such as wood, leather and polished metals such as aluminium, bronze and gunmetal are used to create a sense of British luxury, yet the way they are used sets a fresh and contemporary interior ambience. Soft-touch leather contrasts wîth highly durable surfaces wîth the concept car design experimenting wîth the use of saddle leather for the seat backs, top roll and loadspace – while analogue bezels and dials are paired wîth TFT 'virtual' instrumentation.

Even the luxurious silk wool floormats are reversible – wîth one side finished in durable, ribbed saddle leather for use when the driver and passengers are dressed for the great outdoors.

The upright dashboard design features a full-width, one-piece wood veneer wîth a subtly negative surface and instruments wîth a configurable display. The fluid waist rail design shows pinnacle craftsmanship wîth chequered, lacquered and oiled finishes. Veneers are sculpted to reveal their solid wood construction. The highly distinctive, carved checkering design on the §teering wheel rim, inspired by a shot-gun's stock, also offers additional grip.

Traditional Bentley 'bulls eye' vents have a 'rifled' gunmetal inner surface for a more contemporary and functional appearance. The centre console is a blend of functionality and supreme ergonomics wîth dynamic, architectural layers which help to create a central spine to the cabin. The frame of the console is also a structural component wîth integrated, sculpted grab handles. The high-gloss black touch-screen surround seamlessly blends into a lacquered veneered surface, emulating the decorative surfaces of a Stratocaster guitar.

The flowing roof design wîth a panoramic glass panel is inspired by the roll cages of rally cars, expressing both strength and lightness. The innovative, four-zone electro-chromatic 'sunroof' allows individual passengers to select their preferred level of light screening

Rear seat passengers can chose between business mode, wîth generous legroom complete wîth fold-down keyboard and full internet connectivity via an iPad or tablet or a more reclined position wîth powered footrest, drinks table and an infotainment screen for movies. A removable Touch Pad located on the centre console manages the rear cabin climate control system and entertainment functions. When the rear seats are not in use, they can be powered forward to create a larger loadspace for sports equipment or luggage.

The EXP 9 F seating is 4+1, wîth a rear armrest sitting between the two electrically operated 'Captain's chairs'. Seats feature a diamond-quilted 'shoulder line' in soft-touch leather, echoing the traditional appearance of a British field sport jacket. A sliding drawer between the seats reveals a cooled compartment for champagne and glasses.

Micro leather piping accentuates the lines of the dashboard, centre console and seats and is colour-matched to the coachwork.

At the rear, the lower section of the two-piece tailgate may be used as a viewing bench or picnic table wîth the upper section providing a canopy to provide protection against the elements. Bespoke picnic hampers are stowed neatly to either side of the load space when not in use, but are located on rails for easy access. An awning extends over the tailgate to protect those seated there; two umbrellas fit into stowage compartments in the rear luggage area for when the rain clouds sweep in. These compartments are heated for rapid drying of wet umbrellas.

COMMANDING DRIVING POSITION AND CONTROL ARCHITECTÚRE

• Inspired blend of traditional analogue and TFT touchscreen technology
• Bespoke interface engineering – tailored to the individual wîth driver-selectable instrumentation modes

As befits a Bentley, the EXP 9 F design concept features a near-infinite choice of driver information and entertainment options. However the design and electrical engineering teams sought to avoid creating a cluttered or confusing driver and passenger environment, presenting only the information that each user needs, when they need it.

As a result, EXP 9 F places key driver information such as 3D navigation in a central TFT panel directly in the driver's line of sight, where it is flanked by two analogue reverse-read dials. Meanwhile, controls that are shared between driver and front seat passenger, such as cabin temperature, air vents and entertainment, are presented in the central touchscreen and console. The TFT screen deploys from the full-width metal trim to provide a fully integrated extension to the glass surface of the centre console.

Three different driving modes – Comfort, Sport and Off-Road – are selectable according to the road environment and type of journey. Thus the driver information TFT panel would be able to switch between satellite navigation on the motorway to a 'sump cam' when negotiating a bumpy track. For sand-dune driving, the speedometer is automatically replaced by a compass while, for high altitude driving, the rev counter is replaced by an altimeter.

EVALÚATION, REFINEMENT AND FÚTÚRE PLANNING


When the first generation Continental GT was unveiled in 2003 it represented the renaissance of Bentley as a global luxury icon, subsequent launches such as Mulsanne, Continental Flying Spur saloon and the new Continental GT have seen the Bentley brand growing from strength to strength.

EXP 9 F represents the chance to take Bentley values of design, craftsmanship and engineering excellence into what would be – literally – new terrain for the brand. Bentley's experience wîth the all-wheel drive Continental range makes the concept of a Bentley SÚV a natural progression for the company.

Customer and public reaction will be analysed following the unveiling of EXP 9 F at Geneva 2012, wîth the aim of refining the concept further. Above all, Bentley will be listening carefully to the reaction of customers and potential customers throughout the world, prior to making any definitive commitment to production.

'A Bentley Grand Tourer doesn't necessarily have to be a coupé, a convertible or a saloon – it could equally well be an SÚV. What's important is that it should be true to Bentley's brand values and in line wîth the desires and needs of our customers.' – Alasdair Stewart, Member of the Board, Sales and Marketing.

Source - Bentley
 
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