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2008 Bentley Brooklands Coupe Video From The NYIAS

Check out the newest video clips from the New York International Auto Show. Roadfly is proud to bring you video from the unveiling of the 2008 Bentley Brooksland Coupe. For more info on Bentley’s newest addition or more auto show coverage, check out: Roadfly Auto Show Coverage

Video: Bentley Brooklands Coupe Video From The NYIAS

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Bentley Brooklands Graces NYIAS With Its Presence

Bentley Brooklands Coupe

The Bentley Brooklands is a stunning new model that marks the company’s return to the luxury coupe market and reaffirms its reputation as creator of the world’s most exclusive coupes. It is the ultimate Bentley: a stylish, four-seat, grand touring coupe with classic British proportions and muscular performance.

Sporting design cues are matched by the phenomenal performance engineering of Bentley’s legendary Crewe-built V8 engine. The new Bentley Brooklands possess… Continue reading

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2007 Bentley Continental GTC

2007 Bentley Continental GTC

2007 Bentley Continental GTC

Upper-crust, Anglophile auto-lovers were initially introduced to the ragtop version of Bentley’s immensely popular Continental GT (the GTC-clever, no?) at the 2006 Chicago Auto Show. Even from the pictures, it was easy to fall in love. However, now that the New York Show has come and gone, we’ve had our chance to see and touch this piece of… Continue reading

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Bentley Continental GTC

Bentley Continental GTC

Bentley Motor Cars unveiled the fourth new model since the brand’s 1999 renaissance at their press conference at the 2006 New York International Auto Show-a convertible version of the Continental called the GTC. This is the world’s fastest four-seat convertible, with a top speed of 195 miles per hour, or 190with the top down (!). Built on a rigid steel chassis, we expect the GTC to exhibit none of the… Continue reading

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