The ultimate in Bentley's stable goes for a run in the Middle East.
Bentley's latest creation boasts a little more green cred and a slightly more attainable price point.
It's heavy, thirsty and not the most dynamic car of its breed, but the Bentley Continental GTC combines superb comfort, great refinement, effortless V8 performance and flawless ride to offer the complete luxury four-seat convertible experience. Read the full review here.
There is no Continental drifting away from this Bentley's mega-luxury focus.
Fuel use has been slashed by 40 per cent - but can the V8 Continental keep up with its W12 sibling?
The Bentley Mulsanne is a superbly crafted, hand-built sedan that won’t disappoint even the most ardent of critics.
The Continental Flying Spur is still the grandaddy of luxury limousines.
Four fewer cylinders but so much more for Bentley's sports-luxury coupe.
A more serious grand touring machine...
The big Bentley roars back Scotland. The last “big Bentley” to be designed entirely by the manufacturer was the 8 Litre, a stately limousine that first appeared in 1930. From that point on, the company, which suffered during the Great Depression, was controlled by rival Rolls-Royce...
It was the proverbial offer too good to refuse: Travel to Scotland for a scenic tour of Speyside, the historic region made famous by the many whisky distilleries situated nearby. During said visit, our small group would stay in a cottage situated at the Macallan Estate, the hallowed grounds where one of the world’s most prestigious single malts is produced...