In its latest video, Xcar samples the Bentley Mulsanne Speed, a chauffeur's car that's been redesigned for the driver and packs more twist than a sock hop. But is the resulting machine the ultimate Bentley?
Bentley is giving the world a brief look at the interior of the upcoming Bentayga in a new video that teases some of the luxury crossover's technology. The clip offers glimpses of the center console, instrument cluster, and head-up display.
With a starting price of $235,000, the Continental GT Speed isn't what you'd typically consider a "daily driver," but as we find out, this Bentley is indeed a car you could happily live with every single day.
You don't keep an entire model line on the market for a dozen years without refreshing it every now and then, as Bentley demonstrates at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show with the introduction of the updated Continental GT, GTC and Flying Spur.
The Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12-Hour was run at Mt. Panorama this weekend, and race photographer and friend-of-Autoblog Joel Strickland sent us more than 100 photos of the action. The inspirations for just about every racing-derived exotic sports car was there, the top seven finishers coming from seven different makes, from Nissan to Lamborghini to McLaren.
Xcar takes a ride in the Bentley Continental GT V8 S and comes away very impressed from all of the luxury brand's tweaks for the big, comfy coupe. It even considers whether this might be the best vehicle in the company's lineup.
Confirming earlier reports, Bentley has announced that "Bentayga" is the name of its coming SUV. It will be revealed later this year and go on sale in 2016. Company CEO Wolfgang Dürheimer says Bentley has taken 4,000 deposits already, and some Bentayga trims will cost more than the Bentley Mulsanne.
Imagine getting a chance to see what motorsports was really like before World War II. The Benjafield's 24-hour pre-war enduro held at the Portimao Circuit in Portugal was probably one of the best chances in recent memory to do so.
When it comes to street-legal cars there's "power," there's "Power" and then there's "PAHRRRRRR!" This Bentley Continental GT dragster built by Webster Engineering in Bedford, England owns that third category, with its 3,082-horsepower heartbeat erupting from a twin-turbo, 10.2-liter Chevrolet V8 crate motor built by Steve Morris Engines. An entrant in the Street Eliminator Class of last weekend's European Drag Racing Championship, it is fully road legal.