Isn't Bentley just such a wonderful brand? So wonderful, in fact, I'd say it offers the best GT car experience you can get for your money with its Continental GT model.
The 2020 Bentley Flying Spur is undeniably a beautiful vehicle - regal even. It's a big unit at over 5.3 metres long and offers an experience inside that rivals and perhaps (even one could argue) surpasses some luxury hotels. What is it like as a package? As an ultra-luxurious limousine? Anthony Crawford finds out.
To celebrate its centenary this year, Bentley has revealed what it believes to be the future of grand touring, the EXP 100 GT, at a global event at its Crewe UK headquarters. Mandy Turner catches up with Stefan Sielaff, the design director at Bentley, to take a closer look at the concept.
Bentley has unveiled its new-generation Flying Spur limousine. To walk us through the changes, Tony is joined by design chief Stefan Sielaff.
Tony heads to Wales for a first spin, on the track no less, in Bentley's beastly new SUV flagship, the Bentayga Speed. Catch the full story and piccies at the link above.
This new droptop is such an improvement on its predecessor. A better engine, a more planted chassis, and touches to the cabin that make the Continental GT Convertible one of the most luxurious and effortless cruisers, and a classy and elegant statement.
Tony jets to Europe for a first drive in the all-new 2018 Bentley Continental GT. It might be an evolutionary design, but this is an all-new offering. So, is it any good?
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.
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...
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...
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...