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A Brand-New Bentley Is on The Way

At 12:30 BST on Tuesday, May 10, Bentley will reveal a new model to add to its line-up of opulent automobiles. The company’s designers, engineers, and artisans have taken elegance, technology, and performance to new heights in a way that only Bentley can provide.

The most coveted luxury automobile brand in the world is Bentley Motors.

All of the company’s operations, including design, R&D, engineering, Mulliner, and manufacture of its four model lines, the Continental GT, Continental GT Convertible, Flying Spur, and Bentayga, are located at its Crewe headquarters.

UK Luxury

Unique to UK luxury automobile brands like Bentley is the fusion of high craftsmanship, utilising techniques that have been passed down through centuries, with engineering know-how and cutting-edge technology. It is also a prime example of British high-value manufacturing. In Crewe, Bentley employs about 4,000 people.

The S “focuses on driving performance and visual presence,” according to Bentley. Therefore, it can only be used with the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, which is lighter, but there isn’t any more power, so you’ll only get 542 horsepower and 568 lb-ft of torque. Should still be adequate.

The hard-topped Conti’s 0-62mph speeds of 4.0 seconds and the convertibles of 4.1 seconds are still unchanged, however if you order the S, you’ll also get a loud new sports exhaust system.

Added Sportiness

Along with the normal chrome work, the grille and lamp surrounds will all be completed in “black gloss.” Said lights appear to have a dark tinge, and naturally, there is a tonne of S badging both inside and outside.

Additionally, a new 22-inch wheel design is an option, and red brake callipers are included for added sportiness. That alone is worth at least 10 additional horsepower.

With seemingly limitless colour combinations, the interior receives a distinctive two-tone split, and there is even more S badging sewn into the headrests.

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