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    Report: Bentley experimented with diesels, but poor salability means they won't be built
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    The words "diesel" and "Bentley" have flirted for some years now, but it never gets beyond that initial stage. Bentley isn't against oil burners, but its customers in the U.S. and Japan aren't ready to connect the two, and that makes the issue a non-starter. Not only that, but Bentley CEO ...

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    REPORT: Next Bentley Arnage to feature Audi turbo-diesel
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    Bentley Arnage Final Series – Click above for high-res gallery
    Bentley has long been rumored to be considering the use of diesel engines. The torquey oil-burners would enable Crewe to continue offering the kind of freight-train muscle for which it has become known while living up to the ...

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    On Again, Off Again: Winterkorn suggests Bentley diesel
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    Bentleys are known, among other things, for their train-like torque delivery. But while Bentley has toyed with the idea of an oil-burning engine for its big saloons, the idea was ultimately rejected by the luxury automaker due to low market interest. However, Martin Winterkorn, CEO of Bentley's ...

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    Rendered Speculation: 2010 Bentley Arnage going Continental? Nope
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    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, ...

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    Bentley rules out W16 and diesel engines
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    Click above to view in high resolution Bentley engines are some of the biggest, most powerful old-school units on the market, and that's not about to change. This, despite earlier reports that Crewe was considering utilizing diesel engines or even the powerplant from the Bugatti Veyron, which now ...

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    Striking Oil: Bentley could go turbo diesel
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    Click the Bentley Brooklands' 6.75-liter V12 to view in our hi-res image gallery. Of all the premium brands to go diesel, Bentley seems the most logical. Its vehicles are already the closest things to locomotives and yachts on four wheels, guzzling massive quantities of gasoline by the block. And ...

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