Bentley Grand Convertible

The Bentley Grand Convertible was unveiled this week at the LA Auto Show, giving us what is essentially the Mulsanne Speed with no roof. Bentley's currently pushing for feedback from customers before throwing it into production, but if it does...

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Rolls-Royce Bespoke Pinnacle Travel Phantom

Bespoke is Rolls-Royce and the British coachmaker's Bespoke Collection is a bit of a modern marvel. They've unveiled the Pinnacle Travel Phantom, an example of all the collection has to offer. Unparalleled heights of craftsmanship, design and excellence emanate from...

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2015 Bentley Continental GT Speed

Bentley has unveiled the 2015 Continental GT Speed which will be making its way to Geneva in March. The car's getting more power and torque while also getting some cosmetic enhancements for good measure. The twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter W-12 engine under...

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2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class

2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class

Last week, Mercedes-Benz officially took the covers off the 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class with a complete song and dance to mark the occasion. The unveil took place at an Airbus factory in Hamburg with Alicia Keys performing and The Stig on hand with some fireworks tossed into the mix as well. Bottom line, this is the German automaker’s most advanced S-Class to date and it’s one where it’s equally enjoyable whether you’re doing the driving or sitting in the back calling the shots. The larger grille makes it stand out and it’s got some exterior enhancements that, when coupled with all the interior and technological upgrades, will make this S-Class the best in its class.

Road Test | Bentley Mulsanne

Road Test | Bentley Mulsanne

This Memorial Day Weekend, the fine folks at Bentley were kind enough to toss us the keys to their flagship coach, the Mulsanne. It is the pinnacle of British engineering and built from the ground up in Bentley’s Crewe, UK headquarters. The detailing is as impressive as you’d expect from Bentley as there is really no expense spared both in aesthetics and performance. It takes roughly two months to build a Bentley Mulsanne and expectedly so as more than 50 percent of this time involves handcraftsmanship. It takes style cues from past Bentleys — the Bentley 8 Litre, Flying Spur of the 1950s, Brooklands, Azure as well as the Arnage. The result is a car that’s simultaneously modern and classic. The work that goes in to making such a grand car look so powerful and versatile is unparalleled in the industry and proves once again why Bentley is the last of its kind and is the opposite of mass production.