Lunaz reveals world’s first electric classic Bentley

The UK based company has blessed the automotive world with this beautiful 1961 Bentley Continental S2 Flying Spur

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Remember Lunaz? They are a UK-based company who are obsessed with restoring classic Range Rovers and electric Jaguars. At the back-end of last year Lunaz said that they were going to reveal a classic Bentley due to “overwhelming customer demand”.

Now they have unveiled the classic Bentley. Meet the fully-electric 1961 Bentley S3 Continental Flying Spur - an electric paradise on wheels.

Lunaz restores these classic cars by stripping them to their bare bones, then 3D-scanning them and putting their ‘proprietary electric powertrain’ to them after which they rebuild the whole car by hand.

Don't be fooled by its classic look because this Bentley has all the creature comforts one would want in a car. This electric Bentley has air conditioning, heating, Wi-Fi, infotainment, sat nav and Apple Car Play.

What's more, Lunaz has also blessed the Bentley with beefed up brakes and suspension and power steering. Inside the car you will find hand-restored walnut and lots of leather.

S1, S2 two and four-door S3 variants are available and each will cost you north of £350,000.

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Comments (25)

  • 😥😢😭 why in the hell would you ruin such a fantastic car, send these people to prison for life

      1 month ago
  • This is horrible, what evil incarnate would make a perfect Bentley imperfect, ripping out its heart and soul.

      1 month ago
  • Rather lovely piece of kit, now they need to make it affordable and old classic luxury barges can be given a new lease of life with quiet grace and reliability. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

      1 month ago
  • Its genius really, batteries affect weight and sound (among other things), neither of which cause a negative affect on luxury cars. Luxury cars are always heavy and are usually suited to peace, quiet and serenity. Electric Bentley works in my books.

    Or maybe im missing something and my books are stupid

    📚

      1 month ago
  • This may be for some people, but I'd take the ICE

      1 month ago
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