The 1929-1931 Bentley Blower was a 4½ Litre model with a supercharged I4 making 175hp (130kW) in road form, and 240hp (180kW) in the racing model.
The 2019 Bentley Continental GT No 9 Edition is a tribute the 1929 Blower Bentley and Sir Henry Birkin’s 1930 No 9 race car. Just 100 will be made.
The 2020 Bentley Continental GT V8 convertible has a 4L twin turbo V8 with 405kW (542hp) and 770Nm (568 lb-ft), AWD, and 20″ wheels.
The 2020 Bentley Continental GT V8 coupe has a 4L twin turbo V8 with 405kW (542hp) and 770Nm (568 lb-ft), AWD, and a 0-100km/h time of 4.0s.
The 2020 Bentley Bentayga Speed has a more powerful twin-turbo 6L W12 engine with 467kW (626hp) and 900Nm (664 lb-ft), AWD, an 8-speed auto, and 22″ wheels.
The 2019 Bentley Continental GT convertible rides on a RWD/AWD platform, has a 6L W12 with 467kW (626hp) and 900Nm (664 lb-ft), an 8-speed DCT and AWD.
Bentley Centenary Specification will be standard on all Bentayga, Mulsanne and Continental GT cars built in 2019, and has new scuff plates and gold badging.
2019 Bentley Mulsanne WO Edition celebrates the company’s 2019 centenary. Just 100 to be made, all with piece of crankshaft from WO Bentley’s own 8 Litre.
The 1930 to 1932 Bentley 8 Litre was the last car designed by WO Bentley, the company’s founder, and the last before Bentley was purchased by Rolls-Royce.
The 2018 Bentley Bentayga Plug-in Hybrid has a 3.0-litre turbo V6 gas engine, an electric motor, an EV driving range of 50km (31mi), and a recharge time of 2.5 hours.