Bentley will launch five electric models, one per year, starting in 2025 [VIDEO]

After confirming the launch of the first all-electric model in 2025 following a commitment of £2.5bn investment to support sustainability over the next ten years, Bentley unveiled the next steps of the Beyond100 strategy at a broadcast conference, in 2020. The groundbreaking plan launched aims to fully electrify the Bentley range for the House of Crew and achieve carbon neutrality by 2030.  The massive investment programme, which is a major boost to the entire UK economy, will see the conversion of the Crewe manufacturing plant, where all Bentleys are made and 4,000 people to work.    dream factory The British manufacturer is gearing up for a complete transformation of the entire product portfolio with the historic Crewe Plant, which will become a new generation advanced car factory with high digitization and flexibility, and low environmental impact at all stages of the production process. , , A plant, which those responsible for the British company define as a "dream factory", through which environmental impact is reduced to zero and Bentley is transformed into a futuristic context in the production of luxury cars.  With this in mind, Bentley will increase the number of solar panels present at the plant, from 30 to 40,000 over the next two years, and will still invest in the use of biofuels in models equipped with internal combustion engines. The producer transformation process will involve partners and suppliers as well as dealers, who will be asked to move towards carbon neutrality in line with the path outlined by the parent company.    Five electric models, one per year, from 2025 to 2029 Bentley's Beyond 100 strategic product plan calls for one electric model per year starting in 2025 and then for five years through 2029 and beyond. The strategic acceleration, marked by one new BEV per year, takes the name "five in five". “And the goal is to convert this range to fully electric cars in just eight years. An electrification process that Bentley has already embarked on in the plug-in hybrid space with the recent launch of the Flying Spur Hybrid, added to the Bentayga PHEV, will be followed by other "on tap" hybrid versions, later the British The house is projected to account for more than 20% of total sales by the end of 2022.

After confirming the launch of the first all-electric model in 2025 following a commitment of £2.5bn investment to support sustainability over the next ten years, Bentley unveiled the next steps of the Beyond100 strategy at a broadcast conference, in 2020. The groundbreaking plan launched aims to fully electrify the Bentley range for the House of Crew and achieve carbon neutrality by 2030.

The massive investment programme, which is a major boost to the entire UK economy, will see the conversion of the Crewe manufacturing plant, where all Bentleys are made and 4,000 people to work.

dream factory

The British manufacturer is gearing up for a complete transformation of the entire product portfolio with the historic Crewe Plant, which will become a new generation advanced car factory with high digitization and flexibility, and low environmental impact at all stages of the production process. 

 A plant, which those responsible for the British company define as a "dream factory", through which environmental impact is reduced to zero and Bentley is transformed into a futuristic context in the production of luxury cars.

With this in mind, Bentley will increase the number of solar panels present at the plant, from 30 to 40,000 over the next two years, and will still invest in the use of biofuels in models equipped with internal combustion engines. The producer transformation process will involve partners and suppliers as well as dealers, who will be asked to move towards carbon neutrality in line with the path outlined by the parent company.

Five electric models, one per year, from 2025 to 2029

Bentley's Beyond 100 strategic product plan calls for one electric model per year starting in 2025 and then for five years through 2029 and beyond. The strategic acceleration, marked by one new BEV per year, takes the name "five in five". “And the goal is to convert this range to fully electric cars in just eight years. 

An electrification process that Bentley has already embarked on in the plug-in hybrid space with the recent launch of the Flying Spur Hybrid, added to the Bentayga PHEV, will be followed by other "on tap" hybrid versions, later the British The house is projected to account for more than 20% of total sales by the end of 2022.

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