Bentley Designer Stefan Sielaff On The New Flying Spur

What was the biggest design challenge? 

“Three-dimensional surfaces in aluminium are hard to achieve – it is not very design-friendly compared with steel. The superforming technology we developed is only possible because of our low-production volumes. The rotating display was also a challenge. There are laws where a reverse camera has to show in one second once the car is in reverse – that’s hard if the display is not already on the touchscreen.” 

What can you tell us about Bentley’s centenary concept being revealed in July? 

“It’s a manifesto for how we see Bentley in the future. We don’t want to show a spaceship. It should be something that everyone knows is a Bentley and that the technology we show [is credible]. It’s not only a design statement but a statement for the company. 

“It’s about sustainability, social responsibility, local sourcing, materials. It’s a big change in our thinking because society is changing.”

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