Monday, October 22, 2012

The Bentley Aero Ace Speed VI concept car


The Bentley Aero Ace Speed VI is an innovative concept car, which betters efficiency with improved aerodynamics. The car is designed by the auto designer Gabriel Tam, who took the inspiration for the concept from the original Speed 6 driven to victory by the Bentley Boys of the ’20s at Le Mans. When designing the vehicle the creator aimed the Bentley Aero Ace not only to become a part of the future Bentley design aesthetic, but also paid great attention to reducing energy consumption.
The developer has concentrated on the aerodynamic properties of each element of the vehicle. The next-generation Speed VI also features improved efficiency and speed. The concept in a way identifies a new vehicle direction for Bentley that would appeal to the ecologically conscious car buyer.
The electric motor cooling system comes with air intakes and incorporates diffusers to ensure the air flow to create down-force. The wheels of the vehicle are semi enclosed, which also contributes the aerodynamics, while the 1+1 seating arrangement offers focused driving experience.