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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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“Soon” is quite possibly the least satisfying answer possible, yet we hear it countless times about exciting new cars. Some get a green light and others are shelved in order to make resources for a variety of reasons. Here’s our list of cars that we’ve been hearing about for years only to be left... more
Bentley wants to be the last automaker in the world to manufacture 12-cylinder engines. While automakers worldwide are downsizing their engines to improve fuel economy and meet stricter emissions standards, Bentley has to plans on cutting its 12-cylinder engines from production. Currently, the automaker assembles W-12 powerplants for the entire Volkswagen Group and plans to... more
Bentley sells some of the most luxurious cars on the road, and now the brand will also peddle high-end cell phones. In partnership with luxury smart phone company Vertu, Bentley will offer a branded smart phone that will carry the English brand’s distinct style and experience. Bentley has signed a five-year deal with Vertu, with... more
Through social media, some stories have a life of their own. AutoGuide.com has compiled a list of this week’s most shared stories through Facebook, Twitter and Google+. News of Michael Schumacher coming out of his medically-induced coma captured the attention of automotive enthusiasts this past week, almost to no surprise. Following that, the debut of the Bentley Continental... more
Bentley just announced that it will compete in the 2015 Nurburgring 24 Hours race. “We’ve been looking to compete at the Nürburgring ever since we announced our return to racing in 2012, but we knew that we had to develop and prove the capabilities of our Continental GT3 first,” Bentley engineering boss Rolf Frech said.... more
Bentley just revealed the Continental GT3-R: a road car directly inspired by the GT3 race car first seen during the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Like the race car, Bentley found ways to lighten what it is billing as its most dynamic road car to date. Despite that, it still tips the scales at 4,839 lbs.... more