Bentley Motors has been bold in its sustainability intentions with its home, the Bentley Motors headquarters in Crewe, England becoming the world’s first carbon neutral luxury car factory in 2019. It is the first car company to be re-accredited with the Carbon Trust Triple Standard for Carbon, Water and Waste and currently over 30,000 solar panels provide up to 40% of the site’s electricity requirements.
Bentley Motors have set out their Beyond 100 strategy, outlining their vision to become the most sustainable luxury automotive company. The fully holistic plans outline their ambitious targets to become end to end carbon neutral by 2030.
The target is driven by a transformation programme across Bentley Motors’ entire operations, people and products. This includes switching its model range to offer exclusively plug-in hybrid or battery electric vehicles by 2026, and full electric vehicles only by 2030.
Following the partnership with Bentley Motors and taking the next step on our own sustainability journey, we will house a Bentley Bentayga on The Macallan Estate, featuring plug-in hybrid technology, with the aim of having a fully electric passenger vehicle fleet on the Estate by 2025.