Bentley planned to launch its first pure electric model in 2025, but Hallmark said the launch date of the car will be delayed by several months
An interview with Automotive News Europe yesterday, Bentley CEO Adrian Hallmark said that Bentley's first pure electric model will be delayed until Listed in 2026.

Previously, Bentley planned to launch its first pure electric model in 2025, but Hallmark said the launch date of the car will be delayed by several months due to the lack of progress as expected.

To launch the car, Bentley did a lot of things that had never been done before. Meanwhile, Hallmark said that while the car was delayed until 2026, it would still debut in 2025 as originally planned.

Hallmark declined to disclose the specific reasons for the delayed listing date. But Automotive News Europe said Bentley parent Volkswagen Group faced setbacks in developing the Scalable System Platform (SSP) that underpins Bentley's first all-electric car.

In addition, Audi's flagship model, also based on the platform, has also been delayed until the end of 2026. So this may be the reason why Bentley has delayed the launch date.

The Volkswagen Group plans to promote the SSP architecture in 2025, which is the basis of the Artemis project and will be used in all three flagship models of Audi, Bentley and Porsche. Little is known about Bentley's new car. Automotive News Europe expects it to be a coupe.

AndroBliz learned that, according to Hallmark , the price of the car will exceed 250,000 euros, and it will provide a maximum power of up to 1400 horsepower (1044 kilowatts), which can be used in about 1.5 seconds. Accelerates 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h). In addition, Bentley announced in March that it would launch a new electric car every year from 2025.
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