The Bentley brand is in the same league as Bugatti, Aston Martin, Maserati, among others, but it stands out as being its distinctive brand that's steeped in prestige and charm. There is something magnificent about Bentleys, below are some of the coolest.
This was the car that put Bentley on the map in the early 1920s. It was the only British car to compete in the first few Le Mans 24 hour events before others such as 'Lagonda' followed suit.
4.5 LITRE BLOWER
The 4.5 Litre Blower needs no introduction. It can be spotted by its enormous supercharger bolted to the front and once described as the fastest lorry in the world.
SPEED SIX BLUE TRAIN SPECIAL
The story goes that Sir Woolf Barnardo, Bentley's best driver, wanted to beat the Mighty Blue Train Express. He quickly did so and named the car after the train.
4.25 LITRE EMBIRICOS
Possibly one of the most beautiful cars in the world, it could also shift. The newest Bentley sporting coupe resembled the distinctive tear-drop shape of Talbot Largos and Delage. It was powerful as well as stately.
Bentleys' R-Type Continental was their way of producing a car for the future, something that people could look forward to after the war. No other manufacturer could match the prestige of the Continental.
Following the merger between Bentley and Rolls Royce, there came a need to distinguish them. The styling changed, and a turbocharger was added to the Bentley. It was now a performance car.
With its slightly wider arches and uprated engine, this sleek coupe was presented in a rather vulgar colour, but that didn't diminish its sense of calm. The Continental T stands as a testament to 90s design.