If you were to guess what market bought the most Bentleys, you'd probably guess Russia, or the Middle East, or anywhere else the term "oligarchy" is used with regularity. Nope, it's America! We're number one!
If you are in the market for a Bentley sedan right now, your only choice is the unbelievably luxurious $350,000 Mulsanne. That means you are SOL if you only have $200,000 to spend on a quintessentially British luxury sedan from Crewe.
No doubt the Bentley twin-turbo W12 is a torque monster. Add all-wheel drive and you've got the perfect stump puller, especially if your stump happens to be a Sprinter van that's stuck in the snow. Extra credit for cable attachment.
The Bentley Mulsanne is one of the costliest Bentleys you can buy, a fast, refined car offering heritage and breeding in spades. Ordinary people are not supposed to be able to relate. We are ordinary. Is this worth $285,000?
Tire-popping tacks, electric-shock handles, smoke screens and bullet-resistant glass are typically the realm of James Bond films, but we visited a Texas company building pedestrian-looking cars capable of withstanding snipers and IEDs. To prove it they brought out an AK-47.