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Bentley was founded in January 1919 by Walter Owen Bentley starting out with the 3-litre engine. "The Bentley Boys" kept Bentley in the spotlight with consecutive wins at Le Mans. Here in Australia some lucky individuals drive the Continental, Mulsanne, Bentley Brooklands and Azure T. As of late the company has began focusing on creating more fuel-efficient engines whilst maintaining its prestige.

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Touring the Hunter Valley in the Bentley Bentayga Diesel

The Hunter Valley is mere hours away from Sydney and home to over 150 wine cellar doors offering everything from Sémillon to local Hunter Shiraz and everything in between. It is a popular location, easy to get to from Sydney, which only adds to its appeal. And there's the never-ending cavalcade of cars in all shapes and sizes that frequent the roads in and around the area...

2018 Bentley Bentayga V8 review

It's not quite as rapid as the reactor-powered W12, but the Bentley Bentayga V8 is the more engaging drive with an intoxicating burble to boot.

Los Angeles in one day: Three places you need to see

Los Angeles is a huge city with a traffic jam around each corner. Getting around can only really be achieved by car, and if you aimlessly drive around, you'll end up nowhere fast. So if you have a spare day to spend exploring, we've tested the perfect daytrip that will give you a look at this sprawling city from a great height, take you through some corners with brilliant scenery, and conclude on the coast soaking up an incredible sunset...

2017 Bentley Mulsanne review

If you ever needed an excuse to drop around $600,000 on a luxury cruiser – look no further. Paul Maric drives the Bentley Mulsanne from Santa Monica to Santa Barbara to see if it's worth the hefty price tag.

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Bentley Bentayga gets a V8: The... affordable Bentayga?

For all the upper-luxury penny-pinchers, Bentley finally has a more affordable version of its Bentayga: the V8. Is it as compelling as the monster W12 model? Tony finds out.

Los Angeles in one day: Three places you need to see

See the full article here. Los Angeles is a huge city with a traffic jam around each corner. Getting around can only really be achieved by car, and if you aimlessly drive around, you'll end up nowhere fast. So if you have a spare day to spend exploring, we've tested the perfect daytrip that will give you a look at this sprawling city from a great height, take you through some corners with brilliant scenery, and conclude on the coast soaking up an incredible sunset...

2017 Bentley Mulsanne review

In a place like Los Angeles, it's hard to stand out from the crowd, especially when it comes to cars. In this place it's not uncommon to see kids driving Range Rovers and the upper echelon of society getting about in Rolls-Royces. So, you can imagine our surprise when people fell over themselves to get a second glance at the monstrous 2017 Bentley Mulsanne...

2016 Bentley Bentayga 0-100-0 acceleration test

Read the article here. The Bentley Bentayga is said to be the fastest SUV on the market. We wanted to see just how fast, so set up an acceleration and brake test of the 2.5-tonne SUV. Starting from a standstill, we accelerate to 100mph (160km/h) and brake back to a halt. For context a Lotus Exige S can do it in 16.6 seconds and a Bugatti Veyron in 9...

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Mercedes-Benz S600 L v Bentley Flying Spur W12 : Comparison Review

The Mercedes-Benz S600 L is the epitome of luxury and performance. It blends a giant V12 engine with luxury and space.

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Bentley prepares to tackle Pikes Peak in modified Bentayga

Rhys Millen and Bentley are preparing to chase the production SUV record up the fearsome Pikes Peak hillclimb in a Bentayga prepared by Bentley Motorsport. Nope, we aren't pulling your leg. The current SUV record on the famed strip of Colorado blacktop – formerly gravel, alas no longer – is 12:53...

Bentley offers biometric lockbox in Bentayga

Most cars have a lockable glovebox, and maybe some kind of security in the centre console. For most owners, that isn't a problem. As you've probably gathered by now, the Bentley Bentayga isn't most cars, and the brand's average buyers aren't most owners.  That's why there's a new biometric lockbox for the centre armrest, designed to "stow valuables while at the beach, on the ski slope or utilising valet parking services"...

Bentayga V8: Talking active anti-roll with Peter Guest

The Bentley Bentayga V8 recently launched to the motoring press might have a lightweight aluminium body, but that doesn't make it a lightweight SUV. It tips the scales at nearly 2.4-tonnes, more than a Porsche Cayenne Turbo S and slightly less than a Range Rover. It's an enormous mass to manage, especially given the grunt at play from the 4...

2018 Bentley Bentayga Hybrid revealed

The Bentley Bentayga Hybrid has been revealed at the Geneva motor show this week, marking the classic British brand's first tentative step into electrification. There are no obvious visual differences between the Bentayga Hybrid and its internal-combustion brethren, though copper 'Hybrid' badging and bronze Bentley badging are small giveaways...

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