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Bentley Mulliner Bacalar is a 650hp Coachbuilt Speedster

If you find the current Bentley Continental GT too common for your tastes, then Crewe’s exlcusive Mulliner division has got you covered. The new Bentley Mulliner Bacalar is the first ultra-exclusive model from the newly announced Mulliner Coachbuilt.

Bentley Builds a 626hp W12-powered Continental GT Ice Race Car

While Bentley may be a name you associate with endurance racing, the brand has been turning its attentions to other forms of motorsport in recent years. It holds the production SUV record for the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, for example. Now it has set its sights on a very unusual motorsport discipline indeed: ice racing.

The Bentley EXP 100 GT is Crewe’s 100th Birthday Present to Itself

In case you’ve missed it, Bentley has spent 2019 celebrating its centenary. After the $250,000 book and the new Bentley with bits of old Bentley in the interior comes this, the EXP 100 GT concept, giving us all a glimpse of what to expect for the company’s second century.

Explore the World in Style With This Off-Road Bentley Continental GT

We’re fans of ridiculous off-road vehicles. Whether it’s a lifted Mercedes wagon, a supercar turned dune buggy, or a real life Warthog, they pique our interest. Now there’s a new car to add to our growing list of weird off-road vehicles: a Mad Max-inspired Bentley Continental GT.

March Forzathon Events Offer Sesto Elemento, 300 SEL 6.3 & New Bentley

It’s time for Forza Horizon 3 players to prepare for another set of Forzathon events, which will be scattered through the entire month of March. This month’s events have been posted on the Forza Motorsport Twitter channel, showing new and familiar faces alike will be making their debut in the Horizon series, free of charge.

Life After GT Academy: Paletou in Ginetta LMP3, Reip Joins Bentley Boys

You’d be excused for calling the beginning of 2016 a rough start for most of the previous GT Academy grads. While veterans like Ordonez, Mardenborough, and Heitkotter all had their positions announced by Nissan in February – joined by recent grads like Matt Simmons – an alarming number of winners were notable for their absence. Gaetan Paletou and Wolfgang Reip were just two of the drivers that found themselves without a seat in the new year.