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Crewe United Kingdom
Founded in 1919
4,398 employees

The Bentley Motors headquarters has been based in Crewe for over 75 years, being part of the Volkswagen Group since 1998. Sales by the Bentley brand in 2019 increased to 11,006 (2018:10,494) vehicles, thereby hitting a new record. The Bentley brand is defined by exclusivity, elegance and power. For Bentley, 2019 was all about the brand’s 100th anniversary. Bentley celebrated this special occasion with a range of special models, including the Continental GT Number 9 Edition by Mulliner, of which only 100 vehicles were produced. Bentley also debuted the 467 kW (635 PS) powerful Continental GT Convertible in 2019, which sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.8 seconds. Furthermore the Bentley brand also presented the new generation of the Flying Spur. This luxurious grand tourer has been completely revamped and sets new standards in innovation, connectivity, comfort and riving pleasure. It impresses with both the maneuverability of a sports saloon and the finesse of a luxury vehicle. The Flying Spur is the first Bentley model to come with electronic all-wheel steering, which combined with the active all-wheel drive and the Bentley Dynamic Ride system provides for an agile handling and driving experience. The Bentayga range was very popular with customers in the reporting year. The 467 kW (635 PS) Bentayga Speed and a Bentayga hybrid were added in 2019. With combined CO2 emissions of just 75 g/km, the hybrid is making a powerful statement about efficiency in the luxury segment.

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Pictured Model Bentley New Flying Spur – WLTP – Fuel Consumption in l/100km; Low 11.7 mpg, 24.2 l; Medium 18.3 mpg, 15.4 l; High 22.2 mpg, 12.7 l; Extra High 21.9 mpg, 12.9 l; Combined 19.1 mpg, 14.8 l; Combined CO2 Emissions 337 g/km; Driving Range 378 miles, 608 km; Efficiency Class F

Bentley New Flying Spur – NEDC – Fuel Consumption in l/100km; Urban 18.6; Extra Urban 10.2; Combined 13.3; Combined CO₂ Emissions 304 g/km; Driving Range 378 miles, 608 km; Efficiency Class F

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