The British automaker has a potentially fatal blow in store for its fans – it has officially announced it will finally come to a decision whether to produce or not the marvelous Exp 10 Speed 6 Concept.
The entire fan base is looking towards the moment the EXP 10 Speed 6 Concept will transition to a production model – but the model unveiled last year during the Geneva Motor Show could forever go down in history as something that might have been. It’s a smaller coupe with a great design – building both on the company’s heritage and still looking contemporary. According to CEO Wolfgang Dürheimer there was immense positive feedback and potential buyers mostly said “don’t change anything, just do it.” Now the company is building up towards the moment it will make a decision about turning the two-door coupe into a reality.
If it’s getting the greenlight it will be introduced as a coupe and then also morph into a convertible version. More importantly, it will have to wait in line because if approved for production the EXP 10 Speed 6 will need to wait until the next generation Continental GT is introduced. And since the latter is going to be released late next year, the small coupe from Crewe would not hit the market before 2018 or even 2019. If it happens to come to life, it will most likely be using the Porsche honed MSB architecture, as tipped by the company’s sales and marketing boss Kevin Rose.