These concept cars don’t just point the way towards a sustainable future, they are also instrumental in inspiring change today. Bentley is already engaged in the development, creation and testing of new technologies, using sustainable materials and practices.
For example, the company has long used ethically sourced natural materials, working with wood suppliers who plant more trees than they cut down. But technological improvements in materials production will mean more widespread use of innovative materials like carbon fibre. Indeed, Bentley is already a leader in this space, interweaving carbon fibre with metals like copper to create unique decorative finishes.
In a world where every business function is reliant on sustainable technology, the profile of the staff Bentley hires is changing. More science, computing and engineering professionals are being sought, as the company builds a workforce with the skills needed in a digital future.
While other brands strive to keep up with a changing world, Bentley is already aiming to outperform it. It is this constant desire to be truly extraordinary that sets it apart from the rest.
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