Bentley has announced it will be releasing new enhanced editions of two of its most impressive models – the Continental and the Flying Spur.
The 27th of January marks a special day on our calendars. No, not National Chocolate Cake Day but the birthday of one of the most avid vehicle collectors; Nick Mason.
After leaving the 24 Hours of Le Mans circuit in 2003 as victors, Bentley has not seen track action since that momentous day.
Bentley announced yesterday that their new SUV, which is likely to resemble the EXP 9 F concept vehicle, will be built in the UK. This is of course great news for the British economy and long suffering job situation. The new SUV will go on sale in 2016 and will be built at the Bentley factory in Crewe.
Bentley say that they expect that making the decision to build the car in its rightful home of Crewe will generate around 1,000 new jobs – as well as also resulting in around £800 million being invested into the UK.
It might be just about the meatiest GT racer we’ve seen here at Motor-Vision, with its brutal wide-arch body kit, cutting and slashing aero extras and Jumbo-shaming rear wing, but this Bentley racer’s been dodging the ‘metal cakes’ and woofing the ‘carbon salad’ big time.