The new Continental GT Speed by Bentley is the iconic marque's latest answer to the call for better and faster in the luxury car market. Billed as the "fastest production Bentley ever," and with literally no change in engine displacement, the Continental GT Speed is a three-ton car with a top speed of 206 mph (331 km/h), and more power and torque than its slightly tamer GT cousin.Read More
Bentley is proudly showing quadruplets at this year's Geneva Motor Show. All four cars make up the Mulsanne family, the flagship of the British luxury make's line. The redesigned Mulsanne includes two models not seen before, an extended wheelbase option and an ultra-luxurious limousine bearing the Mulliner moniker.Read More
Having debuted both the initial W12 and the subsequent V8 versions of its redesigned Flying Spur at the Geneva Motor Show over the last two years, Bentley will complete the model line-up there this year. The new Flying Spur V8 S slots between the two existing models and is the sportiest of the three.Read More
While its VW Group siblings are busy working with electrical architecture, new infotainment and autonomous technologies, Bentley is keeping things simple at CES. It's partnered up with the audio specialists at Monster to unveil the Monster at Mulliner, a Continental GT V8 S with a monstrous sound system and custom look – car tech done old school.
Always looking for new ways to distinguish its automobiles from the daily commuting hordes, Bentley is now furnishing its interiors with stone veneers. Sourced from India, the slate and quartzite stone options give the interior a raw, natural look. Stone works for upgrading kitchens and landscaping, so why not a $200,000 sedan?
Two auctions at the extremities of the world on consecutive days last weekend highlight the importance of the internet in the modern elite auction process. One in Denmark was a raging success, the other, in New Zealand, was not. One employed full internet streaming and bidding, the other did not.Read More
It's not all that long ago, that a car selling at auction for more than the magical million dollar mark would bring a round of applause, recognizing the significance of the sale. The continuing rise in values of top tier collectible cars has now seen more than 1300 cars fetch more than a million dollars, with hundreds more sold each year and 2015 set for a new record. Less than a month after Monterey Car Week saw more than 80 "Million Dollar Cars" sell, a further 14 cars topped the magic million dollar mark across six auctions in eight days. Despite some forebodings that the collectible car market had finally "topped out", it appears that predictions of its demise were somewhat premature.Read More
We've seen teasers and spy shots, now full details of the Bentley Bentayga SUV have been revealed. Described by Bentley as the fastest, most powerful, most luxurious and most exclusive SUV in the world, the 12-cylinder, 600 hp Bentayga makes 0-60 mph in four seconds and has a top speed of 187 mph ... and there's plenty of technology to boot.Read More
The Monterey Car Week auctions have come and gone, and the analysts are still trying to sort through the numbers to figure out what they mean. There were more auctions and more cars presented this year than ever before, and the two biggest collectible car auction houses (RM Sotheby's and Gooding & Co.) grew sales considerably year-on-year, but the overall gross take for the combined auctions comes in within a few dollars of last year's record numbers. Like all those who ply the trade as buyers or sellers, the market appears stronger at the top end and slightly softer in the middle.Read More
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