It's been months since we've heard anything about the next-gen Bentley Continental Flying Spur. We know the four-door variant of the Bentley Continental GT is coming sometime soon, but all we've seen so far is one batch of spy shots of a car that doesn't stray too far from the current model. This new batch of photos shows another familiar car lapping the Nürburgring.
It's not actually a rocket, but it plays one at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral.
This is a four-door Continental GT.
It's meant to celebrate Bentley's return to the 24 Hours Nürburgring.
It also shows elements from the EXP10 Speed 6 concept.
Don't think Bentley's serious about racing? It'll be contesting 90 GT3-category races this year with the Continental GT3, for an average of two each week of the racing season.
Bentley arrived at CES this year with the limited-edition Continental GT V8 S you see here, decked out by Mulliner and fitted with a custom 3,400-watt Monster audio system.
Bentley brings the R-Type Continental together with the latest GT Speed, and the Birkin Blower with the Continental GT3 to show us where its roots lay.
The Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang beat out a field of eight quick machines, including the Ferrari 488 GTB and Dodge Viper ACR, to take the title of Road & Track's 2016 Performance Car of the Year.
Bentley took its Continental GT Speed to a derestricted section of highway in the Australian outback to see how fast it could go. The result was 206 mph - just as advertised.
With the Bentayga taking up all its resources and another project or two in the cooker, Bentley tells Autoblog it doesn't have the time to develop a successor to the Supersports or GT3-R.
Bentley's chief designer says that Lincoln may have copied the design from the Flying Spur a little too closely for its own Continental concept.
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.
Bentley will showcase a revised Continental range for 2016 at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, boasting revised bodywork, updated trim and an upgraded W12 engine.
Whether they're powered by V8 or W12 engines, the Bentley Continental GT just keeps getting faster and faster. The new Continental GT Speed, for example, is the fastest road-going Bentley ever made, capable of reaching 206 miles per hour. And the Continental GT3-R is the quickest-accelerating Bentley yet, capable of hitting 60 in just 3.6 seconds.
Does Bentley have room in its Continental GT lineup for an even more extreme version than the new GT3-R? Luc Donckerwolke seems to think so. Speaking with Autocar, the Bentley design chief suggested that an even more performance-focused Continental GT could be in the works, potentially ditching the heavy all-wheel drive system in an effort to further reduce weight, improve handling and drop even more ticks off the 0-60 time that's already down to a best-yet 3.6 seconds in the GT3-R.
There are few things in this world I enjoy more than an enthusiastic drive down tree-lined backroads on a warm summer evening. If you're familiar with the geographic location of Detroit, you won't be shocked to learn that we don't have the sort of very-involving roads found all throughout California and other gorgeous parts of the country, but we still have some stretches of pavement that can be pretty darn fun when driven in the right car. The vast majority of our scenic roads, however, are of
The Bentley Continental GT V8 is a darn good car. The GT V8 S, even more so. It's only logical, then that an even hotter Conti GT would be commensurately better. At least, we're hoping that's what the minds at Bentley's Crewe, UK headquarters were thinking when they dispatched this bewinged GT V8 to the Nürburgring.
Who would you think would be the largest producer of 12-cylinder engines in the world? Mercedes? BMW? Ferrari? Think again: as you might have guessed from the headline, it's Bentley. The thing is that, while all Bentley automobiles are manufactured in the UK, its engines aren't: while the 6.75-liter V8 in the Mulsanne is made at home, the innovative 6.0-liter twin-turbo W12 engine in Continental models so equipped (like the newer 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8) is shipped in from Germany. But that won'