Luxury car manufacturer Bentley has finally unveiled its long-awaited SUV project, the Bentayga. A natural, updated successor to the brand’s EXP 9 F concept, the car is the most powerful and fastest SUV on the market. Equipped with the ability to hit 60-miles-per-hour within four seconds, the Bentayga has a top speed of 187 miles-per hour and, according to Autoblog, will be available in a seven-seat version, more efficient diesel and hybrid variants and a higher performance speed model. [See More]
The Bentley Continental Flying Spur was always hampered by one thing – no, I'm not talking about VW Phaeton’s platform, because that was excellent and gave the driver huge confidence. The thing that hampered the car was the fact it was called Continental, meaning it shared a lot in common with its (cheaper) two-door sibling the Continental GT – it was a version of that model with two extra doors. Now, though, the new model has gained a more distinct body and a new name - the Flying Spur full stop. MotorTrend magazine flew all the way to China to find out what the new Flying Spur is all about. Enjoy.
You drive Bentley, so it’s time to smell like your luxury car. British car company took care for that when launched its first luxury fragrance range for men. The collection includes an expensive luxury perfume – Crystal Edition, as well as more affordable versions of the scent – Bentley for Men and Bentley for Men Intense. In a cooperation with the master French crystal maker Lalique, Bentley has created a unique crystal flacon topped with the Bentley “Flying B.” [See & Read More]
Some Bentleys are meant for driving, and some are well suited to serving as small limousines. The 2014 Bentley Flying Spur ($TBA) lies somewhere inbetween. Based on the Continental GT, the Flying Spur offers driver-focused features like a twin-turbocharged 6.0L W12 engine pumping out 616hp, a ZF eight-speed transimssion, a rear-biased all-wheel drive system, a computer-controlled air suspension, a 0-60 time of 4.3 seconds, and a top speed of 200 mph. For those who choose to let someone else take the wheel, rear seat occupants are treated to niceties like electrically-operated rear side blinds, a bottle cooler, an available 1,100 Watt Naim audio system, a touch screen remote for controlling climate and entertainment options, heated seats, an optional built-in Wi-Fi hotspot, dual 10" screens, each with its own multimedia player, USB charging ports, and wireless headphones.
Bentley has unveiled the upgraded version of its Mulsanne model which will have official premiere at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The changes are not very noticeable at first glance, but when you take a peek inside you will see significant changes.The most interesting feature of Specification Comfort package adds comfortable support of head, arm, and the seat. In offer will be found and Entertainment Specification equipment package that adds picnic tables, iPad and wireless keyboard which are built into the driver and passenger seats, and a dual 8-inch LCD headrest, including TV and DVD player. [See & Read More]
If you're looking for a ride that screams luxury, Bentley is definitely the way to go. But, if you're looking to step it up to another level, nothing says "I'm riding around, and I'm spending it" quite like a Tiffany & Co. themed ride, which is exactly what the Beverly Hills Bentley dealership has put together. This limited edition Bentley Continental GTC comes complete with its 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine producing 500 hp at 6000 rpm and 487 lb.-ft. of torque. It's also got a Celeste Blue Pearlescent paint job, designed to match the classic Tiffany & Co. Blue, and your choice of Liquid Silver or Matte Black 22” CEC c881 wheels. [See More]
The new Circuit of the Americas—the first and only FIA-certified Grade 1 track in the United States—defined the capital of the Lone Star State as a hub for the motorsports community. Adding to the city’s enthusiasm for sports cars is the world’s largest supercar time-share, Écurie25, which opened its newest branch in Austin in the fall. [See & Read More]