1985 was significant as it was the for the first time that Bentley decided to show an experimental prototype car to the public with the intention of assessing general reaction and opinions from prospective customers. This would then be used to see if the car was worth developing further.
Bentley had commissioned International Automotive Design in Worthing, Great Britain to build a concept. The design was penned by John Heffernan and Ken Greenley. The result was “Project 90”. It was a full size styling mock-up of a two door coupe, neither an engine nor running gear were fitted.
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