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What happens to the brand’s 12-cylinder, then?
Bentley is going all-electric by 2030, and says that by 2026, it will only sell EVs and plug-in hybrids. But what does that mean for the company's legendary twin-turbocharged W12 engine, as fitted to the new Continental GT
With 650hp, all-wheel steering, and an electronic rear limited-slip diff
Think of the two former generations of the Bentley Continental GT Speed. Think of the two Continental Supersports and 2014's wild-looking, motorsport-inspired GT3-R. Now forget all of those, because Bentley says this new GT Speed is the most
For babies aged 12 months and up
As weird as it sounds, carmakers are upping their child-accessories game. Remember Mercedes-AMG's outrageous strollers? Well, Bentley has just revealed its newest offering that could compete with that: the six-in-one Bentley Trike.Bentley's newest creation is
This could be one of the last purely gasoline-powered cars from the brand
Correct. By 2030, every Bentley on sale will be fully electric. Which makes this Flying Spur V8 one of the last of the old guard, it's safe to assume: A 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 sits up front, driving all
Bentley inches closer to its fully hybrid lineup
This is the newly updated Bentley Bentayga Hybrid. On the face of it, it's big news: a notable step towards Bentley being fully hybrid by 2026, and an electric-only brand by 2030. But in truth it's a simple update
Some styling cues are seen on modern production cars
The story goes that back in the late '90s, Volkswagen boss Ferdinand Piech decided his empire was going to build the world's fastest, most powerful supercar. Only he didn't know what badge it was going to have. The Big Man
That terminal velocity is as lofty as the car’s P95-M price tag
Bentley has started "final test, development and durability work" on the limited-edition Mulliner Bacalar, of which it's building no more than 12 examples for a whopping £1.5 million (P97 million) a pop.The Bacalar we drove in August was
Goodbye to the 12-cylinder engines
Yup. The world's largest producer of 12-cylinder engines has announced plans to stop building internal combustion engines altogether within a decade, as it seeks to become "a global leader in sustainable luxury mobility."Next, year Bentley says it will launch
If you could call any Bentley ‘standard,’ that is
It's the Bentley Continental GT Mulliner. And it's what happens when a bunch of people-somewhat improbably-navigate the paint, leather, and stitching options on Bentley's configurator and conclude "nice, but a bit common."Correct. Boldest of all is
Nearly everything has been improved
It's the Bentley Bentayga, take two. What you see here is a heavy facelift of an SUV launched in late 2015, but with over 1,000 new components. It's a biggie.Visually, in particular. While the overall shape is the
The V12 isn’t for everyone
Just in: Bentley has confirmed all the weights and measures of the new Bentayga Speed, and it's exactly as quick as it used to be. They'll be locked up in the Tower of London for this.Or perhaps Her Majesty
And it keeps its massive W12 engine
The Bentley Bentayga recently got prettier. Or less eye-gougingly gopping. Maybe you think it's still an absolute gargoyle, or perhaps it was, in your eyes, never anything less than gorgeous.What we can all agree on is that the Bentayga
Suddenly a Bentley SUV makes sense
According to Bentley, something that has "the greatest breadth of ability of any car on the road." Anyone who's ever driven a rental car or bought a cheap, run-it-into-the-ground snotter may disagree, but there's no denying
It’s a work of art
Lego's Ideas website is a wonderful place. It's where fans post their one-off creations, custom builds they've slaved over for months (or even years). Upload your build to the site and get 10,000 'supporters,' and Lego might
It’s upping the luxury
The death of the Bentley Mulsanne has hit us pretty hard, chiefly because the big limo took the iconic 6.75-liter V8 engine with it to its grave. Sad times.Bentley, though, has also confirmed that a replacement for the Mulsanne
More of the same bold features
What do you do when your SUV is criticised for being too bold and in-yer-face? If you're Bentley, you go ahead and embolden it some more. Apparently, owners love the Bentayga's vertical face and stern features, so the
Farewell, old friend
This week, the last ever Bentley Mulsanne rolled down the production line. Within it lies the very last 6.75-liter V8. And, somewhat oddly, it's the engine rather than the car that we'll mourn most. The Mulsanne is 10
Meet the Chronomat Bentley
The long-standing partnership between British carmaker Bentley and Swiss watchmaker Breitling has produced a fine array of timepieces over the years-a lineup which the two companies are now expanding even further with the release of the new Chronomat Bentley.Putting
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