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The new Bentley Mulsanne debuted at the Pebble Beach Concours D'Elegance in Monterey, Cali...

Bentley Motors finally took the wraps off its all-new flagship grand tourer, the Mulsanne, at the Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance in Monterey, California on the weekend. The Mulsanne is inspired by the company founder W.O. Bentley’s crowning achievement in 1930, the 8-liter. Fittingly, W.O.’s own sensitively preserved 1930 company car shared the podium with the new Mulsanne in Pebble Beach. This early motoring masterpiece represented the last big Bentley that was designed, engineered and built from the ground up by Bentley engineers – until now.  Read More

The Extreme Bentley – fastest, most powerful ever

It has been interesting to see the continued rise of the time-honoured Bentley automotive brand and its immense desirability to the young and nouveau rich. The attractiveness levels are about to rise another magnitude with the imminent unveiling of the Extreme Bentley, the perfect badge of success for extreme athletes and other non-conventional financial achievers. Only a promotional film and single darkened image have been released so far, along with the news the vehicle will feature Bentley’s new flexfuel powertrain, announced at the NAIAS a week or two back. Oh, and the news it will be the fastest, most powerful production Bentley ever. That means …  Read More

Bentley's newly released Continental GT Speed - the first Bentley ever to top 200mph and i...

August 2, 2007 Three times the speed limit’s just not enough for some. These tortured souls are left to seek purely numeric goals from their car’s speedometer and 200mph is a lofty target to achieve in a street car – particularly if you wish to attain such speeds in style. Bentley’s exclusive Continental GT maxed out at a tantalizing, but for some ultimately disappointing, 198mph, and now the company has atoned for their sins with the creation of the new Continental GT Speed. Fifty extra horsepower bring it up to 600bhp, making it the most powerful production car Bentley has ever built and nosing its top speed up to 202mph. The GT Speed retains all the luxury and decadence of its predecessor, while adding a harder performance edge.  Read More

The Bentley Brooklands Limited Edition Coupe

March 7, 2007 Bentley has taken the wraps off a very exclusive coupe which it will call the Bentley Brooklands. The motivation behind the new coupe is Bentley’s proud sporting pedigree, forged by the exploits of the immortal ‘Bentley Boys’ on the famous Brooklands racetrack in the 1920s. The stunning new model marks the company’s return to the luxury coupe market with just 550 of the machines to be built. It is the ultimate Bentley: a stylish, four-seat, grand touring coupe with classic British proportions and muscular performance from the most powerful V8 engine Bentley has ever produced – a 530bhp, twin-turbocharged 6.75-litre unit that also produces a prodigious 1050Nm of torque.  Read More

Top down at 190mph - the Bentley Continental GTC

April 12, 2006 When the stunning Bentley Continental GTC, luxury 2+2 convertible goes on sale later this year it will complete the Bentley Continental model range, following the introduction of the highly successful Continental GT in 2003 and four-door Continental Flying Spur in 2005. With a top speed of 195mph (312km/h), a sophisticated all-wheel drive system, state-of-the-art 12-cylinder engine, advanced air suspension and ultra-stiff body structure, the Continental GTC displays all the poise, exhilarating performance and dynamic handling of the Continental GT. In common with its stable mates, the interior of the new Continental GTC provides an unrivalled standard of craftsmanship, utilising natural wood veneers and leather hides of the finest quality, which are on full display when you lower the elegant, electro-hydraulically operated soft-top roof.  Read More

Breitling for Bentley

April 4, 2006 Please forgive us - BaselWorld 2006 is currently happening and we’re suckers for a bit of classy bling and it don’t come classier or blingier than the “Breitling for Bentley” collection, the latest of which is this original red gold rectangular watch, featuring the British motoring marque's historic emblem on the back. Shown for the first time at the world's largest watch and jewelery fair, the sophisticated character of this new exceptional timekeeper is enhanced by its imposing size - it could never be mistaken for a womens watch. If Ian Fleming were alive today, 007 might just find himself wearing one of these. The refined dial features an original display thanks to the jumping hours mechanism and the seconds indicator on a small off-centre dial. Also available in white gold and steel.  Read More

Franay Bentley Mark VI teches US$1.7 million

April 3, 2006 It is one of the most visually arresting automobiles in existence and it's no surprise that the car fetched $1,728,000 at auction on the weekend. This 1947 Bentley Mark VI Cabriolet, with custom coachworks by Franay was created exclusively for the 1947 Paris Auto Show and is widely considered to be the most unique and valuable postwar Bentley on the planet. The interior is adorned in 100 percent frog skin, bringing an air of extreme customization to the already impressive vehicle. The one-of-a-kind multiple "Best In Show" Award winner was part of a remarkable collection from prominent collector Gary Wales (pictured) that rolled across the auction block during the fourth annual Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach Collector Car Event at the South Florida Expo Center from March 30 through April 1, 2006.  Read More

Bentley's twin-turbo, 6-litre W12 convertible - the 190mph Continental GT

September 26, 2005 Bentley Motors has announced the introduction of the Continental GTC - a new luxury 2+2 convertible to complete the Bentley Continental model range. With a top speed in excess of 190mph (304 km/h), a sophisticated all-wheel drive system, state-of-the-art 12-cylinder engine, advanced air suspension and ultra-stiff body structure, the Continental GTC displays all the poise, exhilarating performance and dynamic handling of the Continental GT. In common with its stable mates, the interior of the new Continental GTC provides an unrivalled standard of craftsmanship, utilising natural wood veneers and leather hides of the finest quality. The Continental GTC follows the introduction of the highly successful Continental GT in 2003 and four-door Continental Flying Spur earlier this year. The new Continental GTC will go on sale in late 2006.  Read More

Bentley Azure christened at Pebble Beach

August 22, 2005 Bentley Motors took the opportunity to announce the new name for its glamorous new four-seater convertible at the Pebble Beach Concours D’elegance yesterday. The car that was unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show in January 2005 will carry the evocative Azure name and will go on sale in Spring 2006. The new Bentley Azure is an elegant four-seater convertible that provides a powerful and refined open-top driving experience while offering a unique blend of classic Bentley design and craftsmanship. The new Azure is the latest in a long line of much-admired Bentley convertibles, its design inspired by the 1955 Park Ward S1 Drophead Coupe and the original Azure introduced in 1995. Like its iconic predecessor, the new Azure becomes the flagship of the Bentley model range, reaffirming the company.s status as the prime provider of four-seater convertibles at the very pinnacle of the market.  Read More

Bentley Arnage Drophead Coupe gets production green light

April 15, 2005.The glamorous Bentley Arnage Drophead Coupe that was launched to worldwide acclaim at the Los Angeles Auto Show in January 2005 is to go into series production. The magnificent four-seater convertible show car stimulated such interest among Bentley aficionados, both in the USA and Europe, that the decision was immediately taken to continue its extensive development programme in time for delivery of the first cars in Spring 2006.  Read More

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