This mud- and rock-loving Bentley was built for the Nat Geo UK series Supercar Megabuild, and now it can be yours. It’s got an external roll cage with tire and jerry can storage, off-road suspension, lug tires, skid plates, racing lights and more. See it in action here.
The third-generation Continental GT features a much more streamlined look both outside and in, and packs an upgraded W12 engine that makes 626 bhp and 664 lb-ft. of torque, a new 8-speed dual-clutch transmission, a 0-to-60 time of 3.6s, and a 207mph top speed.
A look inside the factory where craftsmen painstakingly select, attach, laminate, sand, shape, glue, and finish each piece of wood that goes into Bentley Motors‘ extravagant vehicles. We appreciate the lack of music or voiceover so we can focus on the work at hand.
A dramatically styled 2-seat convertible concept from the British luxury automaker, with a fully-electric drivetrain, a bold backlit grille, and an extravagant interior featuring a curved glass console with an OLED display, and an aircraft-inspired “U”-shaped steering wheel.
Designed to celebrate the launch of the new Bentley Continental Supersports, this limited-edition digtal/analog timepiece features a titanium case, a carbon fiber dial, and a red-edged rubber strap, and connects with an app to log lap times and other racing data.
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’s extravagant 4-door battleship tops out in excess of 200 mph, thanks to its 635hp W12 engine and rear-biased AWD that can launch passengers from 0 to 60 in just 4.2s. The interior looks especially awesome, with a selection of dark and luxurious finishes.
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.