ahead nothing stands out that this mule hides a hybrid model plug-in
times change, and although Bentley is a mark plated to the old, now living a second youth thanks to the launch of new models. The Bentayga is on track to be the best-selling model in the history of the firm, and thanks in part to that will be the first to open the roads up to now unexplored. The next step will be a hybrid version, a Bentley Bentayga Plug-In Hybrid that we see today for the first time.
images are enlightening. Although they must be analyzed in order to understand what we are seeing. Well, to the naked eye we are in front of a Bentley Bentayga normal and ordinary driving on the roads of the south of Spain. I have here the first evidence, as the road is the usual of the brand to take part in the development of their new models.
The clearest evidence that we are facing a hybrid model is to take a look at the side. The Bentayga takes your tank cover in the top right, and you see without a doubt that there is another mouth on the left side. This cover conceals the typical connections of a hybrid car, plug-in. More clear water.
The cap on the left side will be in charge of house connections load
Now, Bentley is in diapers in terms of developments in hybrid, and much less plug-in. However, for this belongs to one of the groups car largest in the world, and to do this it will grab the technology of other brands of the conglomerate: a Porsche.
Fit to say that in order to give more evidence to the model with which we are, the Porsche Panamera 4 E-Hybrid has, like this Bentayga testing, two reservoir covers on the rear fins. What curiosity? Nothing of the sort. The Panamera will serve as a donor for the be the first hybrid Bentley.
The future Bentayga Plug-In Hybrid will borrow the technology and much of the development of the Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid. The German develops exactly a maximum power of 680 horsepower. These are extracted from part of a block V8 and part of an electric motor. The figures add up and come to fruition, it will become the most powerful Bentley ever ever manufactured.
The unit tests has been seen to the south of Spain
of course the project is in its early stages of development. this Is the first time that you see circulating, and Bentley will still take time to bring it to light. First you should get the corresponding version of Porsche, the Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid, whose new generation is already in the testing phase. In none of the cases the Bentayga Plug-In Hybrid will come to light before the end of 2018.