This year, Bentley is celebrating its 100th Anniversary. Throughout that time the company has released many expensive luxury vehicles that were expertly designed and breath-taking. To celebrate their 100th Anniversary they have unveiled a new prototype that is like nothing we've seen from Bentley. The EXP 100 is an all-electric, eco-friendly concept car that design chief Stefan Sielaff says “...represents the kind of cars we want to make in the future,". The EXP looks just as luxurious as other Bentley cars but way more futuristic. It has an all electric powertrain with a range of about 440 miles per charge. The EXP 100 also boasts some eco-friendly attributes such as “leather-like” textiles, sustainable woods and paint made from recycled rice husks. In addition, the concept car uses AI in multiple ways, including biometric seat sensors that control cabin temperature, seat position, and can even tell when the driver is getting drowsy. It's clear that the EXP 100 is ahead of its time and will definitely have a price point that will make peoples jaws drop. We are excited, however, to see car companies take electric and eco-friendly approaches. Check out the concept car below!