To continue today’s trend of “vehicles we could never, ever dream of affording”, tour Bentley’s landmark factory in Crewe, England where engineers, mechanics and artisans have been designing, building and sculpting Rolls Royce and Bentley motors and vehicles for over 70 years.
The 2012 NY International Auto Show opened to the press this morning and we got past the guards to give you a sneak peek of the 25 cars you won’t want to miss. Some new, some old, but all remarkable.
The Geneva Auto Show’s media event has wrapped up and the manufacturers have left no shortage of drool-worthy new supercars, tuning cars and other exciting models.
Most of us grew up getting pulled around in the snow on metal sleds behind our dad’s old, beat up pick up truck. In Switzerland it’s called skijoring, which traditionally involves being pulled along by a dog or a horse on a set of skis. The guys at Auto Express step it up a notch putting a 570-hp Bentley Continental GT to the task.
Bentley’s new luxury sports coupe will get you to 188 mph in style.
I have soft spot for the Pacific Coast Highway, one of the most glorious stretches of road in the United States, and if you see it by car, why not choose a fleet of Bentleys?
Alain Class Motors in Dubai is arguably the most impressive supercar showroom in the world. Where else can you find Bentley, Bugatti, Maybach, Rolls Royce, Ferrari, Gemballa, Koenigsegg, Aston Martin, Lamborghini and Pagani under the same roof?
Motor Trend takes a closer look at Bentley’s latest drop-top Continental, the new 2012 Bentley Continental GTC.
Motor Trend takes a Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano, Lamborghini LP560-4, Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren and Bentley Continental SuperSports out to see if they can conquer the Mt. Everest of motoring – 200 Miles Per Hour.