Last Bentley Mulsanne

The Mulsanne chapter in Bentley history ends

After more than a decade in production, the final Bentley Mulsanne has been completed. During that time, more than 7,300 handcrafted units have been produced of what is undoubtedly the ultimate luxury sedan. The Mulsanne’s lineage, which comes to an end,  can be traced back through Bentley’s history, from the original 8 Litre of 1930 […]

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How Bentley ensures the highest quality for its cars

‘Quality’ can be perceived in varying degrees and where cars are concerned, it would not be wrong to say that the more expensive the model, the higher the quality will be. The higher cost comes partly from using the finest materials and having the best workmanship and advanced manufacturing processes. Precision is a key element […]

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Bentley Mulliner Bacalar

Only 12 people will get to own this super exclusive Bentley Bacalar (w/VIDEO)

This is the rarest two-door Bentley of the modern era, a definitive Grand Tourer that spearheads a return to coachbuilding by Bentley Mulliner – the oldest coachbuilder in the world. Just 12 examples of this striking, limited edition model – called the Bacalar – are being created, guaranteeing rarity and exclusivity. This exceptionally rare car […]

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2020 Bentley Continental GT Mulliner Convertible

Bentley Continental GT Mulliner Convertible – redefining the pinnacle of roof-down automotive luxury

Mulliner, Bentley’s bespoke commissioning division that is synonymous with exclusivity of the highest order, has come out with the new Continental GT Mulliner Convertible. Said to ‘redefine the pinnacle of roof-down automotive luxury’, the model is available with Bentley’s V8 (4 litres) and W12 (6 litres) powertrains. With the twin-turbocharged W12, the Continental GT Mulliner […]

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Bentley Continental GT

Bentley Motorsport takes on the challenge of racing on ice

Bentley Motorsport is contesting a specially prepared Continental GT at the 2020 GP Ice Race in the Austrian town of Zell am See this weekend. Following on the British brand’s history of setting Ice Speed Records in 2007 and 2011, the W12-powered Continental GT is ready to continue Bentley’s heritage of high performance on ice […]

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2020 Bentley Mulsanne 6.75 Edition by Mulliner

Unique final ‘6.75 edition’ marks end of Bentley Mulsanne production

The Mulsanne, flagship of the Bentley marque, will be retired with the all-new Flying Spur taking its place as the pinnacle of the range of British luxury cars. With the Flying Spur to receive a hybrid powertrain by 2023, the move symbolises Bentley’s commitment to change and its journey to define the future of sustainable […]

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15 exclusive units of the Bentley Continental GT to commemorate record-breaking run at Pikes Peak

Remember Rhys Millen racing a Bentley Continental GT up Pikes Peak in America in June this year? The Grand Tourer climbed almost 1,500 metres in just 10 minutes, 18.488 seconds. That was an impressive 8.4 seconds off the existing record for the 19.98-km course, making it the fastest production car ever to compete in the […]

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Bentley and Naim sound architecture sets global benchmark for in-car audio systems

Just as Lexus and Mark Levinson have had a long relationship (almost 20 years) in the area of audio systems, Bentley has collaborated with Naim for the past 10 years, in the development of the most powerful, best-in-class in-car audio systems. The latest ‘Naim for Bentley’ is said to set a global benchmark for interactive […]

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60 years of Bentley V8

Celebrating 60th anniversary, Bentley’s V8 is the world’s longest-serving engine of its type in production

Bentley is celebrating the 60th anniversary of its venerable V8, the longest serving engine of its type in production. Originally fitted to the S2 model of 1959, the lasting appeal of the Bentley engine is proven by its continued application today in the luxurious Mulsanne limousine. Whilst every part of the original S2 engine has […]

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