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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 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
Bentley is currently considering one of two models to add to its lineup after its new ultra luxury SUV enters production. With Wolfgang Dürheimer back at the helm of Bentley the CEO is now looking to add new models to help increase volume for the British automaker. First to market will be the new Bentley SUV,... more
Arguably the hottest Bentley model ever has made its debut in North America. The Bentley Continental GT3-R has made its presence known at the 2014 Pebble Beach Automotive Week, boasting its 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine with 572 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque. The British automaker calls the luxury coupe its most dynamic road car... more
Bentley has announced pricing on its Continental GT3-R and just how limited it will be in the U.S. The Continental GT3-R will be limited to just 99 units in the U.S. with another four destined for Canada and will have a starting price tag of $337,000. Dealers in North America are now accepting orders for... more
Bentley is coming closer to launching its ultra-expensive SUV. The company is already released teaser images of the upcoming vehicle, revealing that it will be styled more like the Continental than the Mulsanne. Easily recognizable as a Bentley thanks to the signature headlight design, the production version of this car will share a few components... more