Bentley is working on a new crossover. We all know that and we all expect it to be unveiled next year.
Until then though, Bentley will be testing the SUV and will be trying to hide its shapes and design lines with the help of an innovative camouflage technique, inspired by British artists such as Bridget Riley who experimented with optical illusions in the 1960’s.
More exactly, Bentley will paint its test vehicles with symbols that can be easily identified with Bentley cars: diamond quilted stitching, the matrix grille and the Flying B.
The camouflage fever will not be used for a long time, as Bentley wants to show little by little the beauty of its future SUV, said to be the first series production Bentley hybrid in history.