for when you’re too cheap to buy a proper Audi
Bentley Bentayga, I wonder how many they’ve sold so far.
2018 is going to be a great year for sportscar racing.
Sadly, like quite a few people on this side of the pond, I wasn’t able to join Fancy Kristen and other motoring enthusiasts in Britain this past week to join in the tweed-colored, brilliant madness that is the Goodwood Revival. I wouldn’t’ve fit in anyway: too many Blipshift shirts, not enough suspenders. But there…
Yes, you read that right. All-new.
One starts at over a quarter million dollars and is the de facto ultra-luxury SUV (sorry Dartz). The other is attractive and well-designed. Zing! Comparison pictures below
Went to happy hour at the restaurant in a fancy hotel downtown a few weeks ago, and spotted this outside (and forgot until today that I had taken a picture):
I love these things. I would rather have a darker interior though. The steering wheel is ugly, swap that for something wood and pretty, maybe an older Bentley wheel. I always see these for sale, so sexy.
Bentley Azure and Brooklands are just so fucking amazing. I have an S90 lease right now, so I can’t really break it. But why didn’t I think this was a better purchase? I mean it isn’t. But isn’t it?
Usually when I see a rich car I think of how much money the owner owes/paid. However, in the case of the Brooklands, I always feel like I owe money to the owner. The car is so boss! Thank you MisfitMascots for the reminder!!
And I love the way it looks.
Bentley Turbo R
Good morning, old sport! Last Saturday was a fine, if a bit windy, day at the races. I enjoy frequenting Great Meadow, because some spectacular cars always turn out for race day. Have a gander.
Grace meets ostentatiousness
Welcome to Ridiculous Rebadges, a series of articles in which I go through and examine the details and circumstances surrounding some of the more infamous and some of the more esoteric vehicular rebadges throughout automotive history.
The thought of a Bentley weighing under 5,000 lbs is soooo enticing! My favorite nameplate is the Arnage but I like the idea of the biggest Bentley being named after the Mulsanne Straight. I say we continue that theme and have a Bentley that can corner named after the Arnage. Call it the Arnage GT so that it revives…
So enjoy a picture of a marquee with a lot of Le Mans heritage. The Bentley Arnage T is a subtle and beautiful powerhouse of a car.