Bentley Continental Supersports Beauty Footage
The Continental Supersports is the absolute pinnacle of the Bentley brand
in performance terms. It combines the look of a GT with the luxury of what
the company stands for. The name Supersports is inspired by the original
1925 3.0-litre two-seater car.
Bentley Mulsanne - Assembling The New Flagship
Building the New Mulsanne, Bentley Motors gives an inside view into its
unique ability to combine hand craftsmanship with new technology and
modern, precision manufacturing techniques throughout the build process for
their new flagship. The 98-strong team of Bentley manufacturing specialists
responsible for bringing together the painted body, hand crafted leather
hides and wood veneers, the 6 ¾ litre V8 engine and myriad electrical
components, employ skills passed down through generations of Crewe car
makers. They are also masters of new techniques such as the handling of the
extremely delicate fibre optic cables and a highly-sophisticated electronic
alignment system which ensures perfect installation of the wiring harness.
Bentley Mulsanne video review
The new Bentley Mulsanne is the first all-new Bentley in around 80 years.
And the details on the new car are stunning. Inside, 170 hours are
dedicated to making the cockpit as sumptuous as possible. On the road, the
2.6-tonne Mulsanne makes steady progress. Read the review at
2011 Hyundai Equus vs 2011 Bentley Mulsanne
Executive Editor Edward Loh and Senior Editor Jonny Lieberman find out if
the luxury of Bentley's Mulsanne is worth the $330,000 pricetag compared to
Hyundai's all-new $70,000 Equus.
Shot by: Jim Gleason
Edited by: Jim Gleason
2010 Bentley Azure T Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of the 2010 Bentley Azure T.
First off, I apologize for some wind interference, it was quite a windy day
in vegas. I take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior
of this car while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting
unique styling cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the
details of it, start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A
thorough tour/review of this car designed to give others a greater overall
appreciation of the vehicle.
Maybach vs. Rolls-Royce
Yes I know some of the slides went too fast just pause it and i also know
that one of the Phantom pictures is an RR coupé. This is my first video
that i made and it's about cars so tell me if you like it and if you do I
will make another one with either Rolls-Royce and Bentley or the biggest
rival Lamborghini and Ferarri. Tell me which one you think is better.
Photos by google.
Music - Destination Unknown By, Alex Gaudino
Bentley Arnage T - Top Gear - Series 1 - BBC
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Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson strokes his fingers over the motor cathedral
that is the Bentley Arnage T - like riding a T Rex!
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Bentley Mulsanne for 2011
Bentley's design director, Dirk Van Braeckel gives a behind-the-scenes tour
of the all new Mulsanne.
This luxury sedan replaces the Arnage and will be ready to roll into US
dealerships in the 3d quarter of next year.
The car's official will be at the Frankfurt Motor Show and until then we
can't share the many technical details.
2015 Bentley Mulsanne Speed 530 HP
The 2015 Bentley Mulsanne Speed, with its 530 horsepower and 811 lb-ft of
torque, would prefer to move much faster. That torque figure is second only to
that of the Bugatti Veyron (until you start counting
heavy-duty pickups and niche supercar builders like Koenigsegg), yet
neither is the monotony entirely unrepresentative. A sedan like this will
inevitably spend a significant portion of its life slogging through the
sprawl as it connects the heliports to the marinas in the world’s
wealthiest, most urbane cities.
The Mulsanne Speed owes its big output to an engine that’s energetic even
if it is nearing retirement age. Like the enduring Chevrolet small-block,
Bentley’s 6.8-liter V-8 has roots in the 1950s and to this day retains
architectural ties, such as the bore spacing and the pushrod-actuated
valvetrain, to the original engine. Over many decades of development,
though, this eight-cylinder has also sprouted modern features like two turbochargers, a variable-valve-timing cam
phaser, and the ability to run on four cylinders to save fuel. The 2015
Mulsanne Speed introduces new cylinder heads, improvements it shares with
the standard Mulsanne. Tuning differences give the Speed its extra 25 horsepower and 59
lb-ft of torque.
This is the first Mulsanne to offer carbon-fiber trim to complement the sea
of quilted, perforated, and hand-stitched leather that wraps the cabin. Yet
at roughly 6000 pounds, nothing about the Mulsanne Speed is lightweight. In
the Sport setting, the air springs and the adaptive dampers are slightly
stiffer and the hydraulic steering a touch heavier than in the standard
mode, although the Speed retains the isolation to make a pothole feel like
a dimple. In fast corners, the Bentley leans on its tires and suspension
with a solid, stable feel.
Bentley tells us that the distinction between a Mulsanne owner and a
Mulsanne Speed buyer is that the former is more likely to be a passenger
while the latter is apt to drive his own car. That hasn’t stopped the
Brits from lavishing luxuries on the rear-seat passengers. Our $407,235
test car came equipped with a $10,970 champagne cooler and a trio of
crystal Bentley flutes, plus $28,760 worth of entertainment equipment,
including a 20-speaker Naim sound system, video monitors in the backs of
the front-seat headrests, and picnic tables that motor up and out to reveal
an iPad and a Bluetooth keyboard.