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.
All 100 examples will have a piece of W.O. Bentley's 1930 8 Litre crankshaft inside.
Each of the special-edition Mulsannes has an original piece of W.O. Bentley's 8 Litre car inside.
The VW I.D. R wasn't the only winner from the Volkswagen Group.
It needs to average 60 mph to beat the current record, which is a decent clip.
On winding Alpine pass or smooth Italian autostrada, there’s no better way to blast across Europe than in Bentley’s exquisite new Continental GT.
SUVs for the upper crust are a superhot market right now, and Rolls-Royce is no longer content to let Bentley and Range Rover have all the fun.
Its 10,000 panels will generate up to 2.7 megawatts of power.
Rhys Millen will drive in hopes of capturing a production SUV record.