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When one thinks of British luxury and upper-class status, tea, crumpets and Bentley automobiles quickly come to mind. So it’s only natural that Queen Elizabeth II received a brand-new Bentley limousine to celebrate her 50th year on the throne in 2002.
Founded in 1919, the storied English brand quickly established itself for innovation and durability by performing well at the 1922 Indianapolis 500. In the early days of the 24-hours of LeMans, Bentley cars won the endurance race five times between 1924 and 1930.
From 1931 to 1970, Bentley was owned by Rolls-Royce, and the two brands became a symbol for the highest expression of class and prestige. Bentley’s current owner, Volkswagen, acquired the Bentley brand in 1998 and spent nearly $2 billion to revive its profile and upgrade its manufacturing capacity. After more than a century since its founding, Bentley offers an elite selection of highly refined automobiles that continue to set the industry standard.
The Continental GT appeals to sports car enthusiasts, as the sharp two-door coupe or convertible comes with a powerful twin-turbocharged V-8 or V-12, with 542 or 626 horsepower, respectively. Each motor is coupled to an 8-speed automatic transmission and sticks to the road with standard all-wheel drive.
Flying Spur is Bentley’s entry-level sedan, which is like calling caviar a snack, as the stately exterior and elegant cabin announces that you have arrived. The V-8 and V-12 engine choices are consistent with the Continental GT, but precise cornering is aided by an innovative rear-wheel-steering system.
Mulsanne was unmistakably the crème de la crème of Bentley’s already elite lineup. The hand-crafted limousine featured expansive space and comfort with lavish ornamentation at every turn. Despite its impressive size, the sedan delivered powerful acceleration and agility, guaranteeing that its occupants got where they needed to in style and grace. Production ended on the Mulsanne in 2020.
The Bentley Bentayga EWB features a 180mm wheelbase extension that gives you extra legroom in the rear of the cabin. The front seats have Front Seat Comfort Specification which provides heated and ventilated seats with massage functions, 20-way electric adjustment, 2 memory settings per seat, and comfort headrests.
With the Bentley Bentayga V8 you’ll get a 542 BHP engine with a max torque of 770 NM. Even with all of that power, it’s not lacking in luxury. With the V8 powertrain, you can opt to add Bentley Dynamic Ride which provides a 48 volt anti-roll system that helps to keep the cabin level while cornering to reduce vibrations and bumps at cruising speed.
The Flying Spur offers both luxury and effortless power. Its available with a twin-turbocharged 4.0 L Bentely V8 engine or a 2.9 L V6 Bentey hybrid. It’s immediately recognizable from its hand-crafted, cut-crystal style headlamps and polished chrome quad oval tailpipe finishers.
The Bentley Continental GT offers 542 BHP, goes 0-60 MPH in 3.9 seconds, and can reach a top speed of 198 MPH. The GT also has comfort mode, which makes the most of the car’s air suspension to bring you a smooth ride.
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