The Porsche knockoff is offered in China with a choice of two powerplants, a 1.8-litre turbocharged with a 164hp output and a naturally aspirated 2.0-litre with 150hp. Both engines have either a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic for transmission and an optional four-wheel drive system.
The interior looks decent though nothing new. You find bland leather with imitation wood, six airbags, navigation, parking sensors, heated seats, and an electric sunroof.
Some questions about the car though. If the SUV is made in China for the China market, and in promotional shots you see the car's name written in Chinese at the number plate area, yet inside in the cabin everything is written in English.
Also there is a random button with the word ‘W’ just below the gear lever, it is the only button available out of six and no idea what function it serves. Lastly what was the point of hiring Caucasian models to promote this vehicle?
Nonetheless, it actually looks better than the real Bentley SUV. The B35 is priced in China from 123,700 Yuan, which is equal to S$24,700 at the current exchange rates excluding taxes.