Tag: Bentley

The Bentley Continental GT Speed Is An Opulent Coupe That Packs A Really Big Punch

As the very first Bentley to be launched after the brand was acquired by the VW Group, the Continental GT was designed to be (relatively) more affordable and performance-oriented in order to appeal to new, younger potential customers. Bentley understood that they needed to step away from their traditional style of full-size luxury cars that […]

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Bentley Introduces New Rear-Seat Entertainment System For Flying Spur And Bentayga

Owners of the Bentley Bentaygas and Flying Spur will be treated to new dual rear-seat entertainment screens. Affixed to the back of the front seats’ headrests are 10.1-inch screens with which rear seat passengers can enjoy their favorite TV shows. They don’t necessarily have to stay there, though. Essentially tablets, the two screens can be […]

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Bentley Joins Leather Working Group In Attempt To Make Interiors More Environmentally Friendly

Bentley is the first automaker to join the Leather Working Group, an industry group that audits leather manufacturers against best practices and stringent manufacturing standards. The group aims to make the leather industry more environmentally sustainable. By the start of 2022, Bentley aims to only buy leather from suppliers and tanneries that adhere to the […]

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Mansory’s Latest Bentley Flying Spur Project Isn’t For Traditionalists

Mansory first presented its overhauled Bentley Flying Spur on the eve of last year’s cancelled Geneva Motor Show and has just wrapped up work building its latest example. While Mansory has surprised many with some slightly more restrained styling kits in recent months, its package for the Flying Spur is far from subtle. Alterations start […]

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Bentley Puts The Finishing Touches On The First Bacalar And Blower Recreation

Mulliner, Bentley’s in-house customization department, has been busy at work creating two highly limited cars, and the first customer-bound examples are finally ready to leave the factory. Limited to just 12-a-piece, the cars are the Bacalar and a millimeter-perfect recreation of the 1929 Bentley Blower. A recreation of Sir Henry “Tim” Birkin’s 1929 supercharged 4 […]

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New Bentley Flying Spur Mulliner Revealed As The “Ultimate Expression” Of The British Luxury Sedan

Bentley’s new Flying Spur Mulliner is the first electrified vehicle to wear the badge of its bespoke division. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get one with a good old V8, or that W12 beast of an engine.  Revealed at the Monterey Car Week, the Flying Spur Mulliner is basically an even more luxurious version of […]

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Bentley Bringing Its Finest Creations To Monterey Car Week

Bentley has announced a host of vehicles it will bring to Monterey Car Week this month. Every year, Monterey Car Week brings together some of the most expensive and exclusive automobiles but the event was canceled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Read Also: Here’s The Unique Bentayga Hybrid Bentley Built For Whiskey Brand […]

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The Last Breitling Watch For Bentley Leaves The Factory After Nearly 20 Years Of Partnership

To many, myself included, there are no more definitive partnerships between an automaker and a watch company than Bentley’s longstanding collaboration with Breitling. Having worked together for 19 years, though, the final timepiece commissioned by the British luxury carmaker has left the watchmaker’s factory. The watch, a Breitling Premier B21 Chronograph Tourbillon 42 Bentley Limited […]

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