It's part of a new strategy the automaker is undertaking to become the "global leader in sustainable luxury mobility".
Bentley boss Adrian Hallmark said: "Since 1919, Bentley has defined luxury grand touring".
The Beyond 100 strategy also aims to make Bentley "the world's benchmark luxury auto business", one that is financially resilient and recession-proof, said the British luxury brand. We're not frightened by it, we're inspired by it.
"We're going to make Bentleys". "We've got to take 100 years of Bentley DNA and put it in a modern context".
The plan at Bentley expands on its previous commitments to offer a hybrid variant on every model line by 2023, as well improve its operations.
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"Within a decade, Bentley will transform from a 100 year old luxury auto company to a new, sustainable, wholly ethical role model for luxury", says Adrian Hallmark, CEO of Bentley.
This will result in a climate-positive factory by 2030, says Bentley, where the facility will be actively reducing the levels of carbon in the atmosphere while the business invests in renewable energy and forestation projects at the same time, it said.
The first completely electric Bentley will roll out in 2025 using a new, dedicated EV platform. That is likely to be a version of an electric-only architecture developed by sister firms Porsche and Audi. And by the end of the decade, the company plans to stop building internal combustion engines entirely, replacing them with batteries and electric motors.
Bentley claimed a weight of 1900kg and a range of around 435 miles, although both figures were based on admittedly optimistic developments in battery technology. Bentley's factory was certified as carbon neutral by the Carbon Trust a year ago, and the automaker aims to lower its emissions 75% from 2010 levels by 2025.
Luxury carmaker Bentley has announced that by 2030, it will only have electric cars in its model line-up.