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The 2011 Bentley Continental GTC remains a strong choice among ultra-luxury convertibles. But considering this model will soon adopt the GT coupe's recent upgrades, it probably makes sense to wait for the 2012 version.
It takes an avid and passionate collector, with a taste for special coach building, to be at the basis of a project like the Bentley Continental Flying Star by Touring. Exactly such a person contacted Touring Superleggera in early 2008.
The 2011 Bentley Continental Flying Spur remains a strong choice among ultra-luxury sedans, but with a possible model refresh in the operates, it might make more sense to wait for a 2012 version. Bentley Continental Flying Spur Sedan offers the following pros: Opulent interior; serene ride; potent twin-turbocharged W12 engine; respectable handling ability.
With its monumental size and epic performance, the regal 2010 Bentley Brooklands is a relic of a various time. Bentley Brooklands Coupe offers the following pros: Opulent dashboard, limited production guarantees exclusivity, Earth-turning torque, generous rear-seat passenger space. Bentley Brooklands Coupe drawbacks are: Massive size, massive price, massive fuel bill.
The first Bentley convertible developed under the company's Volkswagen ownership, the 2013 Bentley Azure promises to continue the model's legacy of rarefied open-top motoring. Bentley Azure Convertible offers the following pros: Exceptional motor torque; enhanced handling; lush dashboard class.
If you have extraordinarily high standards and deep pockets to match, the 2011 Bentley Mulsanne will likely satisfy your desire for ultimate luxury. Bentley Mulsanne Sedan offers the following pros: Impeccable interior; modern controls and amenities; prodigious thrust; smooth and silent ride; feature-rich content. Bentley Mulsanne Sedan drawbacks are: Ponderous in turns; pricey.
Since its debut in 1998 the Arnage has conveyed an air of sophisticated understatement as the four-door flagship of the Bentley range. Over the last decade the car has undergone a process of constant refinement to its body, design, chassis and powertrain to maintain its class-leading position in the high luxury market.
Even though Bentley considers its 2012 Bentley Continental GT an all-new vehicle, this year's change is more of a heavy update rather than a full redesign. Result? The strengths of this grand touring machine remain intact, as do some of its weaknesses.