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24Say It Ain't So: Bentley issues recall over retractable hood ornament rust

Bentley Flying B – Click above for high-res image gallery

34First Drive: 2011 Bentley Mulsanne is modern luxury with a strong sense of history

2011 Bentley Mulsanne – click above for high-res image gallery

10All Bentley Continental models going flex-fuel in June

2010 Bentley Continental Supersports – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddReport: All Bentley Continental models going flex-fuel in June

2010 Bentley Continental Supersports – Click above for high-res image gallery

15REPORT: Bentley Mulsanne to spawn coupe and convertible to replace Brooklands and Azure

Bentley works on a two-tier system, with its entire product line-up based on a pair of platforms. At one end you've got the Continental family, including the GT coupe, GTC convertible and Flying Spur sedan. At the other sits the Arnage sedan, Azure convertible and Brooklands coupe (pictured above). Its separated step-sister Rolls-Royce is gearing up to follow the same formula with the Phantom range and the new Ghost, but with the introduction of the new Mulsanne, Bentley is expected to comprehen

AddREPORT: New Grand Bentley will feature cylinder deactivation

The New Grand Bentley - Click above to enlarge

6Spy Shots: New Grand Bentley test mule out in public

Time is ticking away until the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance where Bentley will be taking the wraps off its new flagship limousine, tentatively known as the Grand Bentley or by its internal code-name Project Kimberley. But while Crewe has released a pair of teaser shots to keep our mouths watering and some grainy camera-phone images leaked out of the factory, nothing could give us the impression of just how big this behemoth will be until these spy shots surfaced.

19Hot Shot: Another (official) pic of the New Grand Bentley

The New Grand Bentley – Click above for high-res image gallery

19Spy Shots: New Grand Bentley pics smuggled out of Crewe factory

Bentleys may be as large and luxurious as yachts, but that doesn't mean the premium automaker's factory in Crewe is without leaks. Although Bentley is keen on metering out glimpses at a snail's pace, British auto mag CAR managed to get a hold of a batch of photos of the highly anticipated new "Grand Bentley".

3VIDEO: New Grand Bentley teasers don't reveal anything new

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9The house of the Winged B teases the New Grand Bentley [w/VIDEO]

The New Grand Bentley - Click above for high-res image

11REPORT: Bentley Arnage successor to go even further upscale, debut at Pebble Beach in August

Bentley Arnage Final Series – Click above for a high-res image gallery

17Bentley V8 turns 50 years old

Click on the image above for a small high-res gallery of Bentley's V8 engine

11Rumormill: Bugatti and Bentley join forces to battle Rolls-Royce

The whisperers have it that Bugatti may be borrowing from Bentley for a new sedan. What they can't seem to pinpoint is exactly what kind of sharing the two marques will be doing, and whether or not the resulting super Bug will be a supremely high-powered four-door to compete with the Rolls-Royce Phantom. If the two brands do indeed share something, like the next Arnage's platform, for instance, that might make sense. But just a few months ago, Bugatti said that its next product would be even mor

8Paris Preview: Bentley Arnage Final Series (It's so hard to say goodbye)

Click above to view high-res gallery of the Bentley Arnage Final Series

7Spy Shots: Updated Bentley Arnage in Spain

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 passengers the kind of room that befits a Bentley sedan.

14No diesels for Bentley

Click above for high-res gallery of the 2009 Bentley Brooklands

3Rendered Speculation: 2010 Bentley Arnage going Continental? Nope

The next Bentley Arnage is due in 2010, and thank heavens it won't be a biggie-sized clone of the Continental Flying Spur. That means we don't expect it to look so much like the rendering above, which is 75-percent Flying Spur with a GT tail. A bit long-in-the-tooth by modern replacement standards, the Arnage still sells about 600 - 800 units per year, which is not far behind the much newer Rolls-Royce Phantom.

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