Bentley, with a small lineup that was already fresh, is getting fresher.
That's largely driven by the arrival of the freshened 2021 Bentayga SUV, on sale now. Bentley was the first of the ultraluxury and exotic brands to venture into the segment, and the updated model is arriving before some competitors' initial SUV offerings do.
There's also a new face in the lineup: the posh and exclusive Bacalar roadster. The Bacalar was Bentley's signal that it was returning to low-volume, coachbuilt models.
Electrification also is looming for the British brand. Bentley got the ball rolling with the Bentayga Hybrid, the brand's first such model, last year. A hybrid version of the face-lifted Bentayga is expected to break cover by year end.
Hybrid versions of the Continental GT and Flying Spur are coming, as Bentley remains committed to its plans to electrify each model by 2023.
Bentley's first electric vehicle will join the lineup around the middle of the decade.