There it is. The button. The button. Red. Round. On the center console of your 1997 Bentley Continental T. Touch it. Touch the button.
Buying Lamborghinis, Ferraris and Maybachs and flaunting wealth seems like a good idea until Bulgaria, one of the most impoverished members of the European Union, decides to have police stop and check expensive cars and investigate owners for tax fraud and money laundering.
Christmas is coming up fast and that means you have to start buying gifts for people. Luckily, I acquired a copy of lifestyle magazine Town and Country (not the Chrysler product) and they have a few perfectly sensible automotive gift ideas for the car person in your life. After all, car enthusiasts are sometimes hard…
On December 2nd, as part of the Bond Street sale, Bonhams auction house is offering a 1959 Bentley S1 Continental Sport Saloon that was formerly owned by British rock star, Sir Elton John.
Only 19 Bentley Grand Convertibles By Mulliner will be built. This bespoke beast for billionaires is based on the Mulsanne Speed, packing the same 6.75-liter twin-turbo V8. That 530 horsepower and 811 lb-ft of torque is put to luxurious good use in this huge convertible. All for just around a very frugal $3.5 million…
Have you ever wanted to own your own Bentley Mulsanne and/or a piece of South Carolina Interstate 26? This auction is for you.
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I was hunting down some cheap trucks for a client in Florida when I came across this appropriately-colored Bentley Continental for a fairly reasonable $48,000. But who in their right mind would buy a Bentley from a dealer who mostly peddles $2,000 beaters?
You sleep with your sawed-off shotgun across your lap and your fingers wrapped loosely around the handle of your machete (because remember: blades don’t need reloading). You’re 200 days into the zombie apocalypse and you need a ride. What do you choose?
There was a time when if someone said “Bentley” to me, an image of an old man smoking a cigar behind the wheel a big rolling box would come to mind. This, to me, epitomized Bentley. Until now. This is the all-new Bentley Continental GT and it is, in my opinion, the best-looking modern Bentley to date.
There’s something so dark and mysterious about this photo, which, you know, could make you seem like quite an interesting person as the wallpaper on your computer. (Who are we kidding? You’re all interesting enough on your own. We’re just adding to the intrigue.)
I have driven the Bentley Bentayga. It is good and fast and expensive, covered in acres of leather and crystals. But when I drove it, one very key factor was missing from the experience. I wondered, what the hell am I supposed to do with my falcon?
What is more luxurious than killing an animal and then processing its skin to use on furniture, bags, coats, shoes and car interiors? It’s a complete apex predator power move and it’s what makes them animals and us people.
The Bentley Hunaudières concept of 1999 was something of a proto-Veyron, an almost more exact preview of what the production Bugatti would look like than Bugatti’s own concepts up until that time. But there’s something missing in Bentley’s photos of the car itself.
Bentley’s future is electric, and if it’s based off the EXP12 Speed 6e concept that debuted at Geneva this week, it’s going to be a pretty future.
The venerable 6.75-liter V8 will surely be in production in some Bentley or another until we’re all crusted over and dead, but that’s not the future of Bentley as a whole. The future of Bentley is electric as hell, and it’s probably going to be an EV baby Bentley SUV.
One of the most hated design “features” of the 996-generation Porsche 911 was its soupy-egg-yolk headlamps, borrowed from the original Porsche Boxster. Judging from these spy shots of the 2019 Bentley Continental GT, Bentley saw the 996 and demanded MORE SOUP.
My fellow Bugatti owners, it has come to my attention that there is some egregious confusion afoot: People are actually confusing us for Bentley owners. I know. It’s something that I’ve long suspected, what with the cars both having four wheels, an engine, a name beginning with the letter “B” and Volkswagen ownership.…
It might be a bit silly to criticize an insanely expensive Bentley coupe. After all, those aren’t exactly “rational purchases.” In an effort to keep relevant the what looks like the same car from 2003, Bentley decided to add more power, which is great! And then they ruined it with a stupid rear wing.