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Bentley Launches Continental Supersports Convertible

Bentley Launches Continental Supersports Convertible

Bentley Motors has launched pictures and demo videos of the Bentley Continental Supersports Convertible, recently.

The car will be the fastest rider, offering a four seater arrangement, being capable of attaining a speed of 60mph in just 3.9 seconds. The maximum speed that it can achieve is 202mph.

Bentley Launches Supersports Coupe, Outdoing Itself

Bentley Launches Supersports Coupe, Outdoing Itself

Launching the Supersports Coupe, Bentley has made way for another round of sensation among the customers, adding to their thrill.

The car is capable of delivering nearly double the fun as well as the torque when compared to the Ferrari fanatic. It weighs 2.24 tonnes, with the ability to covering 100 Kmh in 3.9 seconds.

Humans Execute Car Paint Perfectly On Bentley

Humans Execute Car Paint Perfectly On Bentley

Bentley Mulsanne is the hyper-luxury car, the four door flagship which will be offered to the customers in not less than 115 colors -except for if the customer wants some different color to beautify the car.

Bentley unveils all-new grand tourer Mulsanne at the Pebble Beach stage!

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The past weekend saw Bentley Motors unveiling its all-new flagship grand tourer, Mulsanne, at the renowned Pebble Beach Concours D'Elegance. The introduction of the new car was extraordinary in the sense that the new car was displayed on the main stage, which is typically reserved for the Concours D'Elegance winner!

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