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January 10, 2014

Bentley's line-up for the 2014 Detroit Motor Show

Bentley has revealed its plans for the coming North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) which is going to be held next week in Detroit. The renowned British luxury car-maker will showcase as many as three products at this prestigious motor show which include a more powerful version of its world's most aristocratic car, Continental GT V8 S. The other two products would be world’s fastest four-door luxury saloon, the Flying Spur, and the pinnacle of the Bentley range, the Mulsanne.

2013 turned out to be a year of glory for Bentley Motors as it registered never-seen-before sales figures, in fact its global sales figures witnessed a hike of 19%, which is just incredible. Dr.Wolfgang Schreiber, Chairman and Chief Executive, commented on the same, “I am delighted to bring this car to our biggest market for the first time, in this sustained period of growth for the Americas. This region’s strong performance played an important role in making 2013 a record year. With its latest results, Bentley is the world’s most sought after luxury car brand.” 

He further added by putting a strong emphasis on the supercar V8,"The GT V8 S is a car for our V8 customers who want more. It is more agile, with a lower and uprated suspension, faster, with more power and more distinctive with its signature S styling and a unique V8 S soundtrack."The new GT V8 S is being offered as both a coupe and convertible and it would certainly bring sparks to the Continental range. It is powered by a 4-litre twin-turbo V8 powertrain which generates a whopping power output of 521bhp at 6000rpm and a peak torque performance of 680Nm at 1700rpm. The engine is mated to a close-ratio ZF 8-speed automatic transmission which enables it to deliver effortlessly. Its acceleration is so brisk that it touches the 100kmph mark from standstill in a mere 4.5 seconds with a top speed of 309kmph.


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