Bentley offers a compelling blend of old-world British charm mixed with modern luxury tech and performance courtesy of its owner, the Volkswagen Group. What this means in practice is that Bentleys look, drive, and smell like Bentleys—right down to their genteel sportiness, sumptuous leather interiors, and gorgeous wood inlays. Bentley recently expanded into the realm of SUVs with the Bentayga joining the ranks of the Flying Spur sedan and Continental GT coupe. The Mulsanne remains the ultimate Bentley, offering an extended-wheelbase version for those who prefer to be driven rather than drive for themselves. Read our Bentley reviews below for pricing, specs, and more information.
Elegant, sumptuous, and powerful, the Continental GT coupe and convertible are the two-door grand-touring cars of choice.
The Mulsanne rewards those with means with its positively palatial cabin and an aristocratic pedigree that commands unrivaled prestige.
As a favorite of rappers, superstar athletes, and million- and billionaires, the Continental GT has something for everyone, so long as they're packing Louis Vuitton valises full of cash.
If your idea of an entry-level car is one that costs as much as a starter home, observe the 2019 Bentley Flying Spur.
The 2019 Bentley Mulsanne is a leather-lined, wood-adorned rolling lounge for the well-heeled motorist.
For tycoons wrestling with the decision to either drive something fast or drive something luxurious, the answer is the Mulsanne Speed.
If you’re interested in some very special numbers, here are a few big ones: 633 hp and 620 lb-ft of torque.
A prestige sedan in the grand tradition, the Arnage is a sumptuous conveyance that ignores contemporary concerns such as mpg and price.
Bigger than life, the Azure is an ultraexclusive convertible.
Named after an old racetrack in jolly old England, the Brooklands is a coupe version of the Azure convertible.
If you have tastes for speed and luxury-and a padded wallet to boot-the Bentley Continental Supersports is for you.