In an effort to quell all the rumors and speculations, luxury car maker Bentley revealed the Bentley EXP 9 F, the company's third model line and its very first foray into the lucrative sport utility vehicle (SUV) market. Designed from the ground up, the EXP 9 F SUV concept retains much of the famous Blower Bentleys' signatures - the oval headlamps, lattice work grill, and the stately, machismo silhouette. It also borrowed some of the design cues from the successful Audi Q7 (both are owned by Germany's Volkswagen Group). Under the bonnet, a 6.0-liter turbocharged W12 engine, with the ability to generate 600+ horsepower, propels the land yacht. A set of 23-inch alloy wheels, in reference to the Bentley Speed 8s, allows it to traverse across most obstacles, both on road or off. Known for its embellishments, one will find the interior of the EXP 9 F to be an appointment of luxury and functionality. Below a panoramic glass roof, a mixture of premium wood panelings, quilted saddle leather seats, powered footrest, drink tables, cooler with champagne flutes, high-end infotainment system, and more, covered every inch of the vehicle. A awning, as well as two umbrellas, stow away nicely at the back of the vehicle. With a custom matching picnic set, you can have the ultimate tailgate in the laps of luxury. The Bentley EXP 9 F is set to unveil this weekend at the Geneva Motor Show.