Monday, March 02, 2015

Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6

First, what a stupid name,
Second, I 'm not sure what to think of it.

I kind of like it. It does look like a smaller, more muscular Continental GT. Which is great.
But it also looks a lot like the Continental GT.
Maybe it could have been a bit more different.

At least, it doesn't have the cheap squared off look of the Continental sedan. And the upcoming SUV.
This seems pretty curvy and sexy.

The Continental GT starts at around $193 000. So this could be less.
Which would put it in competition with the new Mercedes AMG GTS, Audi A8, and the "overpriced" poor Acura NSX.


Carl said...

Here we go again, Vince shows judgement on the NSX which isn't out yet. But this Bentley on the other hand, is beautiful.

Anonymous said...

PROOFREAD. This would in NO WAY compete with the A8, it could compete with the R8.

Anonymous said...

Pour Acura NSX? Really? Have you tested this car?
Sorry but you are absolutley not credible.

Anonymous said...

It think it's a stunning vehicle! A bit out of my affordability range, but gorgeous. It's the kind of vehicle that will still be stunning when it rolls across the Concours at Pebble Beach in 2116.

Vince Burlapp said...

To all defenders of theNSX:

No, of course, I have not driven one. And I am sure it is great. It might even be better than great.
A high end Honda priced like a small Bentley or Aston Martin has no chance.
It is ridiculous!
I cannot think of anyone picking the NSX over the new Mercedes AMG GT for exemple.
Especially in Europe!

The NSX will be the ultimate car for the rich eccentric, who really wants something nobody else is buying.
And that will be, no matter how great it is.

The NSX needs to be $80 000. NOT over $150 000.

Captain Midnight said...

Aston Martian called. They want their rear end back.