The third-gen Bentley Flying Spur may look familiar on the outside but it’s an all-new effort.
Bentley will go after the production car record at the Race to the Clouds with a Continental GT.
Despite their different philosophies, these two are more closely matched than we expected.
The third generation Bentley Flying Spur will be the automaker’s first ever model with All-Wheel Steering.
Bentley’s all-new Flying Spur promises to be a fun-to-drive luxury limousine.
This Bentley Continental GT is probably just as capable as a Bentayga off road.
The new Flying Spur promises to be more than just a four-door Continental GT.
The Grand Tour trio take a 1,000 km trip – and then engage in a race in Baku’s streets.
With the roof up, the cabin of the new Continental GTC is said to be as quiet as the previous GT Coupe.
As Top Gear discovered, drag racing without your hands on the wheel can get dangerous.
Bentley will also display the new Bentayga Speed, GT Continental Convertible and Mulsanne W.O. Edition by Mulliner.
The new Continental GT has all of its predecessor’s good qualities and (almost) none of its drawbacks.