Bentley appoints ex-Audi man as its new Director of Design
January 13, 2021 | 06:44 AM - By: Caradvice

Bentley appoints ex-Audi man as its new Director of Design

British brand Bentley – part of the giant Volkswagen Audi Group since 1998 – has appointed Andreas Mindt as its new Director of Design. The former head of exterior design for Audi is set to take the helm at the British marque's UK headquarters from March 2021. Mindt will succeed previous Director of Design Stefan Sielaff, who is departing Bentley after almost six years to "pursue other opportunities".


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