Bentley Dynamo Concept

For the longest time, Bentley has carefully crafted a reputation as one of the most esteemed and luxurious auto brands in the world. Classic, elegant, and timeless, when it comes to these descriptions, Bentley holds a backseat to absolutely no one.

That being said, imagine one of the most iconic Bentleys in the world in the form of the 1929 Bentley Blower to be given a more modern ’feel’, so to speak. Conservative Bentley afficionados may cringe at the thought of ruining a classic, but for those who don’t mind bringing in a little more edge to the Blower, then we invite you to check out this fantastical design by Marc Senger, the Bentley Dynamo.

Now, it’s not exactly in tune with what Bentley has been building lately, but given the structural design of the 1929 Blower, this is about as modern as it can get without going all Jetsons on the car. Couple the design - not to mention, those sexy front open wheels - with the original’s 4.3-liter four-cylinder engine and you have a car that the esteemed founders of the brand would be proud of. After all, there’s going to come a point in time where a brand’s history clasps with modern times, and this car certainly fits that bill.

Having said all that, there’s still a likely chance that we won’t see anything like this from Bentley in the near future. As one of those brands that are conscious about their image, it’s highly unlikely that they’d depart from what they’re doing these days to build something like this.

Then again, stranger things have happened.


8 comments:

It looks like someone took a Plymouth Prowler, and glued the tail lights from a Chrysler Crossfire and a grille and headlights from a Mini Cooper.

Mixed feelings...I like the idea of Bentley going slightly retro, but don’t like the design of this concept. I really want to like it, but it’s just not doing it for me.

i guess they also used a photoshop to create this design.. impressive does it?

It looks like someone took a Plymouth Prowler, and glued the taillights from a Chrysler Crossfire and a grille and headlights from a Mini Cooper.

Is this a tribute to 1929 bentley blower? Now I can imagine who much they will sell this baby.

Stop designing oldies style, hello! we are now about facing new high technology, so please stop going back from the past.

It looks like someone took a Plymouth Prowler, and glued the taillights from a Chrysler Crossfire and a grille and headlights from a Mini Cooper.

Cool, a modern super car with an old school design collaborated in one car.

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