Bentley’s latest sports coupe has a 710 hp 6.0L W12 engine that can launch its 5000+ luxury payload from 0-to-60 in just 3.4 seconds, with a top speed of 209 mph, making it currently the fastest production 4-seat car. Also available as a convertible.
Bentley updates its premiere sports coupe with a W12 engine than now makes a whopping 642hp and 619 lb-ft. of torque. Despite packing serious amounts of luxury – and the weight that comes with it, the car still launches like a rocketship, doing 0-to-60 in just 3.9 seconds.
Bentley uprated the Flying Spur V8’s 4L twin-turbo engine to produce 14hp more for a total of 521hp with torque maxing out at 502 lb-ft. The car’s suspension and Electronic Stability Control have also been improved to keep you comfortable atop all that power.
A jaw-dropping mix of 21st century technology and British class. Outside you’ll find a 3D-printed grille, exhaust, door handles and side vents, while inside you’ll find what appears to be all of the leather on Earth.
A look behind the labor-intensive process of crafting the leather seats and steering wheels for Bentley’s luxury automobiles. While robots play a part, much of the work is still done by hand and on individual sewing machines.
To celebrate the 90th anniversary of the legendary Le Mans 24 Hours endurance race, Bentley has announced a limited edition for the Mulsanne and Continental; six specifications in honor of the six victorious Bentley Boys.
We wonder why Bentley chose that shade of pink paint too, but despite this there’s no doubt that the worldâ€™s fastest 4-seat convertible rides like a boss; 616 hp, 0-to-60 in 4.4 seconds and 202 max mph.
The fastest Continental GT yet, the Speed Coupe powers through twists and turns with its massive 6.0L twin-turbo W12 engine, pushing out 616 horses, with a top speed of 205mph.
Bentley infuses its style into a powerful SUV with unmistakeable body looks, a handcrafted wood and leather interior, panoramic glass roof, and luxury touches like a rear armrest champagne chiller.
Rally champ Juha Kankkunen took a 12-cylinder Bentley Continental Supersports out for a spin… on the frozen Baltic Sea… at 205.48mph… setting a new world’s record for fastest ice drive ever.
This 1935 3.5L Bentley is a bizarre auction entry, and not because of it’s rare hood ornament. Along with the car, the winning bidder also gets Freestone & Webb, the company that built the car’s body.
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