Interesting: Under the hood is a six-liter W12 with 740+ hp. But the design is intended to be a foretaste of the upcoming E models – with slim headlights instead of ball lights and a radiator grille that is pulled even further down and stands upright. This makes the Batur even sharper.
Even luxury cars have to become electric. The manufacturer shows what the e-future looks like at Bentley with the Batur – named after a volcano on the island of Bali. This was presented as part of the Monterey Car Week in California.