Bentley Brooklands
Bentley Brooklands | $ 340,000
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Bentley Brooklands

Bentley Brooklands

The Bentley Brooklands was launched in 1992 replacing the Bentley Eights and Mulsannes, and as a commemoration of the racing track, because Brooklands was the place where the Bentleys has its greatest triumphs. Most cars followed the lead set by Rolls Royce in the angled outlines of the body.The Bentley Brooklands underwent a few changes to become the Bentley Arnage in 1998. This was again converted into a two door coupe that premiered in 2007 at Geneva. It was the world's largest double doored coupe. Torque was stepped up to an unbelievable 774 lb/ft making it the most powerful car too. The tradition of hand built bodies of the Bentley's was another point in its favor. It was priced at $340,000 and restricted to only 550 cars that made it an exclusive range. It was the poshest car to own in its era and made its exit in 2011 because Mulsanne became the flagship of the Bentleys.

Interior

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Any doubts about its staggering price tag is quelled by the ultimate luxury that the interiors provide, that is fit for royalty. Customized supple leather, heated seats with a massage facility for the front seats and rear seats that are electrically adjustable greet the occupants. An abundance of leather trims and premium veneers have options of carbon fiber, stained walnut or vavona. The ultra luxury leather seats have a diamond-quilted finish available in a host of colors. The dashboard is upright with just audio and navigational controls tucked under a panel and kept out of sight.

Exterior

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The 2008 Bentley Brooklands follows the typical box lines of the 80's and 90's with some modifications. It is basically a two-door coupe that can seat four people more than comfortably. A look-alike of the model Azure, the Brooklands has a redesigned, harder rooftop that makes it rigid enough to handle the powerful torque.This luxury saloon wears the traditional Bentley waterfall grille holding aloft its winged insignia that gleams like burnished silver and gold . Twin no-nonsense headlights are fixed on either side of the stainless steel grille. 20" wheels with traditional stainless steel hub plates add style to the hand crafted chassis of Bentleys. A contoured boot marked the rear end of this long car.

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