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Bentley was founded in England in 1919 by Walter Owen (W.O.) Bentley, who had previously designed engines for aircraft, including the BR1 which appeared in later versions of the Sopwith Camel. Economic circumstances such as insufficient funding and the depression led to the sale of Bentley to Rolls Royce in 1931. Overcoming a perpetually tumultuous existence, Bentley has been owned by The Volkswagen Group since 1998.
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There’s only one thing wrong with the 2011 Continental GT, and that’s that Bentley so seamlessly meshes performance with luxury that the car has earned a reputation as a luxury sports coupe, rather than the true exotic is really is.
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Bentley owners have a new toy to match their cars, but it doesn’t come cheap. The first in a lineup of ‘Vertu for Bentley’ smartphones has been revealed with a base price of $17,100. To make it gel with Bentley’s offerings, the phone is wrapped in quilted-calf leather in the classic Bentley shade of Newmarket... more
Covered in less camouflage than before, our spy photographers snagged some shots of the upcoming Bentley SUV for the second time. Originally criticized for its design, Bentley has re-worked the SUV’s appearance into something that fits the automaker’s lineup a little better. It seems like they have decided on the style now too, as the vehicle in... more
From the torque to the curb-weight, almost every specification of the Bentley Mulsanne Speed is unbelievable. Arriving on the 2014 Paris Motor Show floor, this car uses a 6.75-liter turbocharged V8 engine that makes a whopping 811 lb-ft of torque. That helps this nearly 6,000 lb. car hit 60 mph in under four seconds. Style... more
Heavy-duty pickup trucks are about to have serious torque envy thanks to the all new Bentley Mulsanne Speed. With a ridiculous 811 lb-ft coming from the turbocharged 6.75-liter V8, Bentley is showing the Mulsanne Speed to the world for the first time here at the Paris Motor Show. But as obnoxious as that 811 lb-ft.... more
Bentley just revealed its newest product ahead of the Paris Motor Show with a staggering 811 lb-ft of torque because… well, it’s basically a log on wheels. You see, normally when measures of twist in the upper reaches of the hundreds mark reach our pages, it’s in conjunction with some sort of heaving heavy-duty truck... more
Yet another General Motors recall ruled the automotive news waves this week. The American automaker has had to halt sales on its 2015 Chevrolet Corvette due to two issues, adding to GM’s total recall count for the year. In addition, the announcement of a special-edition Ferrari heading exclusively to the U.S. was also quite popular... more