The Bentley Aero Ace project Speed VI concept car is an independent design proposal from Royal College of art student Gabriel Tam. The designer has given the Speed VI concept a futuristic treatment, but at the same time, the concept looks back at the original Bentley Speed 6 for inspiration, and seeks to celebrate the sporting heritage of Bentley.
The concept car takes a somewhat aggressive stance, and also has an aerodynamic design to maximize its efficiency and speed. The two seater car has 1+1 tandem seating so as to give the driver a better view of the road. Speed VI concept has an adjustable front spoiler and partially enclosed wheels to provide better aerodynamics, and of course, gull wing doors for the same purpose and more of a supercar look.
Electric motors are located towards the rear of the vehicle, while the battery cells are located towards the front in an even arrangement to balance the weight.