Established in 1919, this Crewe, England-based automaker is now part of the Volkswagen Group. Well-regarded for producing limited numbers of ultra-luxurious coupes and sedans for the world's wealthiest customers, it recently expanded into SUV production.
Thanks to some chassis and performance tech, the GT Speed should be more than just a straight-line bruiser.
Who needs an SUV when you have a $271,000 ultraluxury sedan?
What do you do with a $272,000 ultraluxury sedan on winter tires in Southern California? Find some snow.
Those with the means to pick up a new Bentley certainly exercised their purchasing power.
Powered by Bentley's legendary 6.75-liter V8, you're looking at the end of a gilded era.
We may never pass this way again.
It looks mighty old, but this is a brand-new car.
The Bentley Blower returns as the British marque completes the first prototype car ahead of actual production.