We already told you about the BioFuel (or FlexFuel) model that Bentley hinted at at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. Now the British marque is calling it a supercar and says it will unveil the new vehicle at the Geneva Auto Show in March.
The company has also released this one picture.
A lot can be discerned from the one photo – namely, that the vehicle is likely to share the Continental GT platform and most of its body parts.
As for the engine, we expect it will be another twin-turbo W12 that makes close to 650hp and is capable of giving the new model a top speed of more than 210 mph. Bentley says it will be the most powerful and fastest production vehicle they have ever built.
In Detroit Bentley did announce plans for an all-new engine and while that is a possibility for this Bentley Supercar, it’s more likely that powerplant will arrive later in 2009.
For more information on Bentley and its commitment to renewable and sustainable fuels, visit www.BentleyFlexFuel.com