It had to happen eventually. VW couldn't build Phaetons slowly enough in Dresden, and couldn't build Continental GT's fast enough in Crewe. So the company is set to manufaktur Bentleys in their German "Glass Factory" sometime this mid-year. It's not known if the German-built model will be the GT, Continental Flying Spur or the new Bentley Arnage Drophead Coupe; or when WO Bentley will stop spinning in his grave.
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