Bentley Spy Shots
Bentley was founded in 1919, and in addition to being known for its ultra high-end automobiles, also produced rotary engines during World War I. It was purchased by Rolls-Royce in 1931, and the two brands co-existed together until 1998 when they were purchased by the Volkswagen Group. BMW, however, retained the rights to the Rolls-Royce name, and the two brands were eventually split apart in January 2003.
- Continental Flying Spur
- Continental GT
- Continental GT Speed
- Continental GTC
- Continental Supersports
The latest Bentley Arnage is doing the rounds in Spain, but it isn't the sedan's appearance that's news, it's how it might be powered. As far as cosmetic bodywork, the changes appear minimal, including new fog light placement, rear apron and exhaust exit. A little more substantially, the car is widened at the B-pillar, which should finally give back bench ...
"Don't mess with success" seems to be the motto over at Bentley, as the premium automaker prepares some mild revisions to the Continental range, the GT version of which has been on the market unchanged for three years running. As we reported earlier, the revisions to the Continental GT, GTC and Flying Spur will be minimal. Updated bumpers front and rear ...
We just brought you news of the upcoming facelift for the Bentley Continental GT yesterday, and already spy shots have surfaced showing a couple of cold-weather test mules sitting at the pumps. (Those six-liter W12s can drink a lot of fossils.) As predicted, the updates will extend across the Continental range, which we can see from the facelifted ...
A convertible model of Rolls Royce's Phantom has been spotted hitting the streets of Munich. The 460-hp V12 from the original is stuffed under the hood of this shortened Phantom platform, and despite the vert's two-door appearance, the four-seater actually has rear suicide doors to allow easy entry for rear passengers. The Phantom drop-top is the ...