The first version of Bentley's hot concept debuted as a coupe in 2015.

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This new version chops off the roof and replaces the engine with a big ol' battery.

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There are no specs available, but Bentley claims it's capable of inductive charging.

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The goal was to build a car for long road trips with minimal time spent charging.

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The grille has a "6e" logo that illuminates, because Bentley.

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The interior is resplendent in not-quite-red leather.

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And, since it's a concept, cameras have replaced the side mirrors.

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The steering wheel is, naturally, weird as all get out, too.

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It's a looker, though.

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If it comes to market, it will probably (hopefully) have a regular steering wheel.

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