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Bentley

Crewe United Kingdom
Founded in 1919
4,422 employees

The Bentley Motors headquarters has been based in Crewe for over 75 years, being part of the Volkswagen Group since 1998. At 10,494 (11,089) vehicles, the Bentley brand’s sales in 2018 did not match the previous year’s record level. The Bentley brand is defined by exclusivity, elegance and power. Bentley presented the world’s first luxury hybrid vehicle during the reporting year. With the Bentayga Hybrid, the British luxury brand Bentley is taking a first step on the path toward a fully electric product range. At the heart of the plug-in hybrid model are a highly efficient electric motor and a new turbocharged 3.0 l V6 petrol engine. The Bentayga Hybrid can cover approximately 50 km in pure electric mode. With CO₂ emissions of 75 g/km, it is currently the brand’s most efficient model. Bentley also presented the powerful Bentayga V8 for the first time in the reporting year. It combines luxury with sharp performance and strong practicality. Its V8 twin-turbo engine with 404 kW (550 PS) of power accelerates the vehicle from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.5 s. The new Continental GT had a very positive reception in 2018, both from its first customers and in the media. It is very popular worldwide and will be launched in the USA and in China in 2019. The new Continental GT Convertible was unveiled at the end of 2018, and deliveries will commence in spring 2019.

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Pictured Model Bentley Bentayga Hybrid:   This vehicle is not yet on sale. It does not yet have type approval and is therefore not subject to Directive 1999/94/EC.