The shooting brake is a quintessentially British design, which makes Bentley the perfect marque for Joe Robinson's Centanne concept. The shooting brake design exercise takes advantage of the wide-open space afforded by electric powertrain technology, making the rear compartment a road-going passenger lounge. A rear-facing c-shaped seat wraps 180-degrees around the car, while the split-window hatch is sectioned down the middle and opens horizontally. The driver's compartment features traditional forward-facing seats. Robinson incorporated several Bentley design cues into the concept, including a massive front grille with an 8 and trademark square-ish Bentley lines.