You could probably play a few football games in all the unused capacity space at the state-of-the-art VW Phaeton plant in Dresden, Germany. All that extra hand-built space was a perfect place to build Bentley Flying Spur sedans, except that England and U.S. buyers expect their British cars to be built in Britain. So all Bentleys sold in the motherland and the colonies will be built in England. The cars assembled in German will be for the buyers in mainland Europe who didn't seem to care where their British luxury cars were built.
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