Bentley is planning a Five-in-Five strategy that sees the automaker introduce five new electric cars that will be launched once a year starting in 2025.
Although it is still tightly closed information related to electric cars. However, previous reports have indicated their first electric vehicle will be a crossover based on Audi’s Artemis project. Meanwhile, the remaining four models are still a mystery, but the Bentley will only be fully electric by 2030.
As well as revealing plans for a new range of electric vehicles, Bentley announced that their first EV will be developed and built in the UK. This model is slated to go into production in 2025 and marks a pivotal moment in Bentley’s long and illustrious history.
Car manufacturers also invested $3.4 billion in sustainability over the next decade. This will result in a complete transformation of Bentley’s entire product portfolio and transform the company’s Crew plant into a world-leading, digital, next-generation, high-value manufacturing facility.
While waiting for 2025, Bentley plans to deliver a luxury hybrid car and will further strengthen that position with the release of the Bentley Flying Spur PHEV in 2022, as well as five more products to add to the current Bentayga PHEV.
This builds on the company’s previously announced plans to sell only plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles by 2026.