Bentley Motors has outlined its plans for sustainable ultra-luxury mobility. And if you’re a die-hard petrolhead, you might want to stop reading now.
For among the goals outlined by the firm, chief among them is a move towards an end-to-end carbon-neutral organisation. And doing so will require a revamp of its model range.
By 2026, the British carmaker will only offer plug-in hybrid or battery electric vehicles. And by 2030, all new vehicles that wear the Flying B will be electric vehicles.
There are things to look forward to in the plan though.
Firstly, every model line will be offered with the option of a hybrid variant by 2023. Bentley has also outlined that its first fully electric model is due in 2025. And finally, its operations will continue to be streamlined to raise environmental sustainability.
By the end of this year, all suppliers will have passed a sustainability audit, verifying their sustainability credentials.
And by the end of 2025, Bentley intends to reduce its factory environmental impact by focusing on energy consumption, CO2 emissions, waste water, use of solvents in the paint process and becoming plastic neutral.
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