Bentley to roll out EXP 9 F SUV
- UK: Tuesday, January 22 - 2013 at 06:24
The chief executive of Bentley, Wolfgang Schreiber, has confirmed the UK-based luxury automaker is pressing ahead with the EXP 9 F SUV, which was revealed in the 2012 Geneva motor show, Autocar has reported. The car will share a platform with the next Audi Q7 and Porsche Cayenne. The car's shell will be built in Europe, with final assembly taking place in the UK, said Schreiber. Bentley said last September a new-generation V12 and Bentley's new turbocharged V8 will be among the engines offered with the 9 F. The car could also be the first Bentley offered with a diesel engine. A V6 petrol-electric hybrid drivetrain is also expected, it said.
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