• Jun 25, 2009
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Few cars have been as long in the making as the upcoming "grand Bentley." The long-awaited replacement to the Arnage is tipped to debut sometime this summer – possibly at Pebble Beach in August – but the stoic British automaker is intent on teasing us with little video clips every step along the way. (About nine of them in all if you look at the dedicated website.) Unfortunately, if these first two clips are any indication, the teasers will hardly be showing us anything new, just some hoity-toity piano music and fountain pen-scribed statements about what the brand is meant to stand for accompanied by the same shot of the new model's front bonnet. Follow the jump to see for yourself.

[Source: Bentley]



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      • 5 Years Ago
      I just hope it's still a powerslidable muscle car at heart, like a true Bentley should be.
      • 5 Years Ago
      And to think how much money was spent in doing this...
        • 5 Years Ago
        Why all the negativity? Surely they could have included another 5 square feet of that car, no?

        Or I'm just impatient.