No real surprises here. The rear screens look very classy and not iPhone 3-esque, like most of them seem to be.
Somehow, miraculously, it looks even worse than the original concept.
Also, doesn't it just scream 5 years ago? This design would have looked good in 2010 or earlier, but it's bland in places were it shouldn't be.
It looks to be everything that leaked picture of the diecast model version said it would be!,but in a bigger package.
Can't wait to see one driving around where I live and it's just one shriveled old person in it,but hey if you have the scratch to ball like that.
Yeah, I'm not crazy about the exterior. Maybe it will be better in person.
It looks too low for an suv, imho.More like a hatch, just like the new q7.
It doesn't have sexy proportions. Also, those rear screens need to be hidden. They look like a cheap afterthought. It looks very plebeian for a vehicle costing over $200,000.
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Is it just me or does the proportions look identical to the new Q7?
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Nobody else does it better
Oh noooo.... Not Bentley now?!?!
And look at that front overhang... the approach angles must be horrific.
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It's nice looking, but here's the thing for me: It just doesn't look like the Bentley of SUVs. The traditional huge front end of a Mulsanne or such would be perfect for an SUV. The interior is nice, and that Breitling clock is gorgeous. I'm sure it'll be a great SUV, and I love that they put the W-12 in there. The world now has two 12-cylinder SUVs, this and the G65 AMG. We could always use another. Are you listening, Rolls and Mercedes-Maybach? And regardless of my preferences, this thing will sell without problem. I only wish it was more Mulsanne and less Flying Spur. Hopefully the Rolls with be the Phantom of SUVs. The question will also be how Land Rover competes with this? How much higher can they take the Range Rover? Could they put together two V-6s and make a V-12 for JLR's XJ and Range Rover? Could they even go above the Range Rover somehow?
This is the first purpose-built super-luxury SUV of the modern era. The Range Rover goes from luxury to super-luxury, as does the GL-Class.
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