The 21st Century Continental series Bentley has been a smashing success. In the process of selling over 27,000 coupes, sedans, and convertibles it has established and defined a market niche. The Contis potent combination of hand worked, sybaritic luxury for four pampered occupants and twelve-cylinder, 552hp punch, harnessed by all-wheel drive, make it the answer to the question of which single vehicle would be best to own. NiceDrivz celebrates with this video tribute to the marques Winged B logo.

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