It's small for a Bentley is what we're saying.
The Bentley Continental GT is a supremely good GT car in the traditional sense. A car made for long road trips with just one or two people and their luggage. But you don't always need quite that much luggage, and something a bit smaller with clearer sporting intentions is what you're looking for. This is pretty much every car the GT competes with, and now Bentley's latest concept takes this pared-down approach to the grand tourer as well.
Dressed in the British Racing Green which we always love to see Bentley use, the car is on display in Geneva, although it is very much just a concept. Bentley has suggested that the car would use a hybrid drivetrain, although that's the extent of what has been said about what would power it. The interior is quite concept-y too, but in a much more doable way than we usually see, and we wholeheartedly support this kind of styling being adopted. Bentley is being very tight-lipped about the possibility of a production version, but it's an entirely feasible project. We're hoping it goes forward.