|Bentley Concept Java|
|Body Style||2-door, 4-seat, Coupe & Convertible|
|Transmission||4 speed Automatic|
|Engine||3.5 litre Twin-Turbocharged V8, 32-valve|
The Bentley Java Concept was first shown to the public at the Geneva Motor Show of that same year. This four-seater coupe and convertible was penned by Graham Huli with help from Design Research Associates. A twin-turbocharged 3.5 liter 32-valve V8 engine was used to power the 1725 pound vehicle while the four-speed automatic gearbox sent power to the rear wheels. The 17-inch alloy wheels were large for the time but helped compliment the vehicles ambiance.
This was a concept car shown at the 1994 Geneva Motor Show. Despite being praised by critics, it was never mass produced, and the concept remains the only one in existence. It is currently owned by Hassanal Bolkiah, the Sultan of Brunei.
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