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Bentley GT Speed Elegance

Bentley GT Speed Elegance

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Traditionally, the fact that all Bentley models are in the finest category of automobiles is the matter of course. Willingness to improve this vehicle by “appropriate action” requires a complete self-confidence. As can be seen from the outcomes, that condition is by no means out of thin air.

The Bentley GT is equipped with 610 hp engine has been improved through software optimization,
a modified air filter and an exhaust system with additional Rennkats’ 85 hp, whereby 695 hp and a dizzying torque are available now. The remote-controlled valve controlling the exhaust can operate in three noise levels. Incidentally, only the modified exhaust system saves up to 17 kg.

In the interior, the decor strips, the front and rear center console including ashtray and the interior light are also made of the precious carbon material. Passenger seats are trimmed with black leather and white logo stitching.

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Top 29 Exquisite Cars

1. Bugatti 57 S(C) Atlantic (1938)

Bugatti 57 SC Atlantic 1938

For the Bugatti Atlantic Coupe, Jean Bugatti’s goal was to design the ultimate high-speed grand touring car.

According to Paul Bracq, “the Atlantic is a monument in the history of French coachbuilding. More than any other car, it expresses a Latin look. An incredible sense of lightness is given off by this sculpture.”

Bugatti 57 SC Atlantic 1938 1

Powered by a straight 8 cylinder engine fitted with twin overhead camshafts and a compressor, this beauty is also incredibly fast, capable of reaching 200 kph.

Bugatti 57 SC Atlantic 1938 2

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2. Bentley “Blower” (1929)

Bentley Blower 1929 1

Forget Aston Martin. The Bentley Blower was the car Ian Fleming chose for 007 to drive in his earliest novel – it was James Bond’s first car.

This 1929 4½ Liter Birkin “Blower” Bentley was one of three Birkin Bentleys entered in the 1930, 24 Hour Le Mans Race where it was driven by Benjafield & Ramponi.

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3. Mercedes-Benz SSK “Count Trossi” (1930)

Mercedes-Benz SSK Count Trossi 1930 1

Chassis number SSK 36038 was originally bodied by Touring as a Spyder, without doors and with cycle fenders. The Mercedes-Benz SSK “Count Trossi” was entered by Antonio Maino for the 1931 Mille Miglia.

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2010 Bentley Continental GT

2010 Bentley Continental GT

The New 2010 Bentley Continental GT is the carryover from Bentley Continental GT 2009, a luxury coupe cars, 4 passenger and available in 2 kinds the 2010 Bentley Continental GT Coupe and 2010 Bentley Continental GT Speed. Both are 6 speed automatic transmission with overdrive.

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HOT 2009 Bentley Continental GT

Russian firm TopCar has launched an aerodynamic package for the Bentley’s Continental GT and GT Speed models.

The ‘Bullet’ aero package comprises of a new bonnet, new air-intakes, a new front grille, a new front bumper and new LED daytime running lights.

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The Bentley Envy

Living in Altrincham has made me realise that even Manchester has its rather splendid areas. Having moved to the north from Islington, I initially found myself scouting out areas with little idea of what they were like. Having viewed houses that turned out to be in somewhat less than desirable areas, I eventually found myself in the Altrincham environs, and almost immediately knew that this was a well-to-do area that would allow me to settle without worry.

The first things I saw as I pulled into the driveway of the property that I was due to view was not the rather becoming Victorian exterior or the period features, but the neighbour’s car. To be precise, a Bentley. Now I’m not one to try and keep up with the Joneses, but the sight of such a prestigious car is enough to spark a pang of desire in any breast, and I was not spared this fleeting moment of aspiration.

Whilst waiting for completion I mulled things over. Fortunately I didn’t buy the house I saw that day, as I daresay it would have looked rather obvious had I moved in and later acquired a car to match the neighbours! But I did choose Altrincham as my base, and to my delight I discovered that there was a Bentley dealership not far from my new environs.

Obviously buying a house and a car at the same time is a rather pricey venture, and I therefore thought it prudent to opt for a used Bentley model. I am very glad that I did, because the savings that I made on a model only four years old and with one previous owner were quite astounding.