Bentley Goes Back to the Future

© Rod Hatfield, Automotive Content Experience© Rod Hatfield, Automotive Content Experience
Light and Sustainability
Inside, this stunning Bentley concept blends wood, leather and glass with light for a unique ambience. Much of the light is natural, harvested via an innovative glass roof embedded with prisms that transfer luminescence to the cabin via fiber optics. Light can also be projected in patterns onto trim panels for an artistic effect. Materials throughout represent a sustainable future — something required of a company lasting another 100 years. Bentley uses copper-infused Riverwood sourced from fallen trees that have been preserved for 5,000 years in bogs, lakes and rivers. The seats are trimmed in an organic leatherlike material created from the by-products of wine making. Carpets are woven from British farmed wool.

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