BENTLEY Brooklands

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BENTLEY Brooklands
BENTLEY Brooklands   2007 2011
2007 2011

The 2007 Brooklands model represented Bentley’s decision to regain a top spot on the luxury coupe segment.
Unveiled at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show, the new Bentley Brooklands was based on the Arnage/Azure chassis and fitted with company’s most powerful V8 twin-turbocharged engine (537 hp). Exterior design featured a longer bonnet and a lower roof line, while interior trimmings were based on leather and wood veneer. Other features aimed to improve driver’s control were a sophisticated locking torque converter and ESP system. The new Bentley Brooklands was produced in a limited 550 units edition

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BENTLEY Brooklands
BENTLEY Brooklands   1992 1997
1992 1997

Bentley introduce the first generation Brooklands in 1992, aiming to replace the discontinued Mulsanne and Eight models on the full-size luxury car segment.
Exterior design featured the same Bentley-styled front grille and headlights, bootlid and chrome B-pillars. It was fitted with a 6.75L V8 engine delivering 224 hp and a 4-speed automatic transmission. It was available with a rear-wheel-drive axle configuration and came with two wheelbase options: SWB (3061mm) and LWB (3162mm). The Bentley Brooklands was discontinued in 1997 and redeveloped a decade later in both two-door and four-seat coupe variants.

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