Bentley Electric

Founded in 1919 by W.O. Bentley, Bentley Motors has established itself as a symbol of luxury and performance in the automotive world. Originally gaining fame for winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans multiple times in the early 20th century, Bentley has consistently set standards for craftsmanship, innovation, and luxury. Over the years, the brand has evolved, merging traditional craftsmanship with modern technology to create vehicles that offer both luxury and performance, including the advancement towards Bentley electric vehicles.

Advancing towards sustainable luxury mobility under its Beyond100 strategy, Bentley commits to becoming fully carbon-neutral by 2030, covering its manufacturing processes, the vehicles produced—including Bentley electric models—and extending to its suppliers and global retailer network, which is also expected to achieve carbon neutrality by 2025. The brand’s ambitious ‘Five-in-Five’ plan, aiming to launch five all-electric vehicles from 2025, one each year, signifies a major shift in its product range towards electric, emphasizing the critical role of Bentley electric vehicles in its lineup. This transition to Bentley electric vehicles is a key part of Bentley’s comprehensive strategy to enhance environmental performance across its entire fleet, including historical, current, and forthcoming models, with the introduction of the first fully electric Bentley marking a significant milestone in the company’s pursuit of sustainable luxury mobility.