Bentley plans wider adoption of plug-in hybridsTue, 10, Jan 2017
Bentley plans to introduce a plug-in hybrid version of every model in its lineup in the next few years, giving the ultra-luxury automaker crucial alt-fuel options as global emission standards -- particularly in wealthy city centers -- grow tighter.
Bentley boss will be World Congress speakerMon, 24, Oct 2016
Bentley Motors CEO Wolfgang Duerheimer, who has led the British luxury brand to record sales and embarked on its biggest investment program ever, will speak at the Automotive News World Congress on Jan. 10.
Europe goes crossover crazy, tooMon, 07, Mar 2016
Bugatti mulls four-door sedanWed, 02, Mar 2016
Bugatti is considering the development of a four-door sedan as a follow-up to its new $2.7 million, two-seat Chiron. Bugatti last toyed with the idea of a four-door car five years ago when it presented the Galibier concept.
Bentley at work on a sporty SUVMon, 08, Feb 2016
Bentley preps fastback BentaygaThu, 04, Feb 2016
Bentley is hatching plans to introduce a sportier, coupelike version of the Bentayga, the brand’s first SUV. Bentley CEO Wolfgang Duerheimer said advance design and engineering work on a performance-enhanced, fastback Bentayga variant are under way, though the program still needs formal approval.
Bentley to seek go-ahead next year for roadsterMon, 21, Sep 2015
Bentley Bentayga to be priced at $229,100 in the U.S.Wed, 09, Sep 2015
The Bentley Bentayga will be the most expensive SUV on the market when it goes on sale early next year. The ultraluxury brand's first-ever SUV will start at $229,100 in the U.S., which is likely to be its biggest market.
Lavishing leather, wood to defend ultraluxuryMon, 10, Aug 2015
Bentley CEO expects boost from brand's first SUVMon, 02, Mar 2015
Bentley delivered a record 11,020 cars last year around the world and it is on course to top that mark as it beats ultraluxury rivals such as Maserati, Lamborghini and Rolls-Royce to market with an SUV, the Bentayga. The Volkswagen Group subsidiary expects to increase annual sales to 20,000 by 2020 after previously targeting 15,000 deliveries by 2018.
Bugatti sells last Veyron, ending era for VW supercarTue, 24, Feb 2015
Volkswagen Group sold the 450th and final Bugatti Veyron, marking the end of one of the most exclusive supercars ever built. The 450 Veyrons were sold for an average price of about 2.3 million euros ($2.6 million) each.