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Bentley’s SUV Teased Once Again


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It’s obvious that a mega-expensive SUV like the one Bentley will reveal next year is aimed especially at markets from the Middle East.

First "Vertu for Bentley" Smartphone Costs Just...$17,100


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Bentley and Vertu have revealed the first smartphone from their co-designed “Vertu for Bentley” line announced in July this year as part of a five-year partnership.

Bentley Mulsanne Speed Proves 2.7 Tonnes of Luxury Can Move Really Fast


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The highlight of Bentley’s Paris Auto Show stand is the new Mulsanne Speed, the performance variant of the brand’s flagship sedan which is capable of 305 km/h (190 mph).

Bentley Continental GT Gets the "Cement Bucket Challenge" in Russia


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People who park their cars right next to building sites should know that is really a bad idea, because ugly things could happen, as the Russian owner of a Bentley found out.

Bentley Continental GT Speed Runs Out of Runway before Hitting Top Speed


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With 626 hp and 820 Nm (605 lb-ft) of torque from a 6.0-liter W12 engine, the recently updated Bentley Continental GT Speed is the most powerful production car ever built by the British manufacturer.

Bentley Video Teases New SUV, Confirms Plug-In Hybrid Version


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Bentley's promotional machine has clicked in to gear with the British firm releasing the first video trailer on their upcoming SUV and at the same time, confirming what we already suspected on the availability of a plug-in hybrid edition, even though the as of yet unnamed series won't go into production until 2016.

Jay Leno Takes 1930 Bentley with 27-Liter Aircraft V12 for a Spin


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Jay Leno gets his hands on some of the coolest cars you can think of, and some you can’t. You may remember the old Bentley that Jeremy Clarkson drove back on Top Gear’s season 18, a car that had a 27-liter Merlin V12 from a Spitfire fighter under the bonnet, as well as additional modifications in order to make it a modern car that can be driven on the road.

MT Gets Creative with Bentley Flying Spur vs. Rolls Royce Ghost


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The 2014 Bentley Flying Spur, the new one, is more or less of a direct rival to the 2014 Rolls Royce Ghost, even if the latter is more expensive, and it addresses a different clientele.

Brazilian Man's Plan to Bury His Bentley Proves to be an Ingenious Publicity Stunt [w/Video]


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A wealthy Brazilian businessman stirred a wave of negative reactions when he announced on his Facebook page that he plans to bury his beloved Bentley Continental Flying Spur.

Chiquinho Scarpa, 62, said he would bury his £310,000 (€367,220) Bentley so that he would be able to drive it in the afterlife. He explained that he has taken inspiration from Egyptian Pharaohs, who were buried with their most precious belongings, and promised he would…entomb the Bentley by the end of the week (September 21-22).

Bentley Previews 521HP Continental GT V8 S ahead of Frankfurt Show [w/Videos]


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The V8 range of the latest Bentley Continental has been enhanced with a new top version that adds the letter “S” to the model’s name. Available as both a coupe and convertible, the Continental GT V8 S come with the most powerful version of the twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 engine, rated at 521 hp (528PS) and 680 Nm (502 lb-ft) of torque. That is 21 hp (27PS) and 20 Nm (15 lb-ft) more than the standard Continental GT V8.

MT Discovers Aston Martin Vanquish and Bentley Continental GT Speed Are Very Different Beasts


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There’s something very appealing about buying a British coupe, even a modern one, of any size or power rating. With a lengthy history behind them, the attraction is understandable, and it is only strengthened if we are to look at what such cars are still being made there today.

MT's Carlos Lago Finds Bentley Continental GT Speed Surprisingly Agile


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Nobody in their right mind would ever think of associating the big slab-like look of the Bentley Continental GT Speed and the huge inherent weight with sporty handling and a fingertip-precise driving experience.

However, it seems that somehow, the VW-owned luxury automaker has managed to defy physics, as Motor Trend magazine's Carlos Lago reports that the car is surprisingly agile, and much better to drive around the twisties than anticipated.

Bentley Reveals Final Version of 600HP Continental GT3 Racer at Goodwood [w/Video]


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Following last year’s reveal of the Continental GT3 Concept Racer at the Paris auto show, Bentley has now presented the final version of the car at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

The Continental GT3 is powered by a race-tuned version of the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, developing up to 600 hp in unrestricted race configuration. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a Xtrac six-speed sequential gearbox with a limited slip differential, mounted as a transaxle for optimised weight distribution. Gear changes are completed via a pneumatic shift system, controlled by paddles mounted to the steering wheel.

Steve Sutcliffe Drives Le Mans Winning Bentley Speed 8


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Driving a Le Mans winning LMP1 prototype car isn’t something many road test editors can brag about. Autocar road test editor Steve Sutcliffe somehow convinced the people at Bentley to let him drive their 2003 Le Mans winning car, the Speed 8.

MotorTrend Goes All the Way to China to Experience the New Bentley Flying Spur


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The Bentley Continental Flying Spur was always hampered by one thing – no, I'm not talking about VW Phaeton’s platform, because that was excellent and gave the driver huge confidence. The thing that hampered the car was the fact it was called Continental, meaning it shared a lot in common with its (cheaper) two-door sibling the Continental GT – it was a version of that model with two extra doors.

Vilner Studio Murders Out a Bentley Continental GT with a Complete Makeover


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It might not have a fancy name, but Vilner Studio's Bentley Continental GT tune sure has some road presence, as seen in these first photos of the completed car that had been teased through a few sketches back in April.

The Bulgarian tuning house says the owner of the first generation Continental GT approached the company eight months ago asking Vilner to individualize the luxury model's exterior and interior, while also boosting its performance numbers.

Vilner Takes it to the Next Level with Complete Transformation of Bentley Continental GT


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Over the past couple of years, we've come to know about Vilner mainly through its interior makeovers, and much less about its limited exterior and performance mods, but the Bulgarian studio wants to spread out and enhance its offerings with the first fully transformed project, which happens to be a first generation Bentley Continental GT.

Like the big players in the industry, Vilner also likes playing the teasing game so it released a trio of renderings to preview its newest creation before the reveal.

Bentley Says it Has 2,000 Advance Orders for SUV, Crewe and Bratislava Plants Compete to Build It


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Bentley’s CEO, Wolfgang Schreiber, revealed that Bentley has already received 2,000 advanced orders for its upcoming SUV, despite the fact that the car's final styling and price are still unknown.

Although the SUV has not been officially approved yet for production, Schreiber said the project has passed a series of green lights, with only a few hurdles remaining - one of which is where it will be built.

New Flying Spur and 2014 Mulsanne Highlight Bentley's Geneva Motor Show Presence


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For a niche brand in the luxury car segment, Bentley sure has plenty to offer to visitors at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show that runs until March 17, as it chose the Swiss event for the world premiere of the new Flying Spur and the enhanced 2014 model year Mulsanne flagship, as well as the European debut of the GT Speed Convertible.

New Bentley Flying Spur Bows Ahead of the Geneva Motor Show [Photos & Videos]


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The 2014 Bentley Flying Spur. was one of two new cars we had the opportunity to show you earlier today before their official unveiling, the other one being the Audi RS Q3.

You probably noticed that we have not used the Continental moniker. That's because Bentley doesn't either, even though the car is essentially a redesign of the outgoing Continental Flying Spur and continues to be a sibling of the Continental GT coupe and Continental GTC convertible models, which have already been updated.

While it continues to use the underpinnings of the Continental Flying Spur, the new model has received a complete exterior makeover, with the only part of the car that reminds you of its roots, being the front end with the quad headlamps and cross-hair chrome grille. Then again, even the headlights have a new shape and now feature jewel-like LEDs.

The lowered roofline, the sharper and more sculpted lines on the profile and the squatted rear end with rectangular tail light clusters, give the Flying Spur an edgier and more dynamic look than the rounder Continental sedan.

It's not only about the styling, though, as changes made to the body structure with the use of lighter materials and additional weight savings throughout the car, make the Flying Spur 50 kg (110 pounds) lighter than the first generation car, despite offering "additional refinement measures, enhanced technology specification and stronger structure", as stated by Bentley.