Yes, Bentley not only makes luxury cars, but high-end home furniture as well. Unfortunately, you’ll have to shell out $14,710 for the ‘Newent Sofa’, $9,040 on the ‘Newent Armchair’, a $4,230 ‘Newent Chair’, and a whopping $11,950 for the ‘Newent Bed’ that you see above, for a combined total of $39,930 before any taxes. Read more for additional pictures and information.
The Bentley Mulliner Bacalar Grand Tourier could be the world’s most luxurious roadster and it’s limited to just 12 examples worldwide, priced at a whopping £1.5 million ($1.91 million USD). This open-top vehicle only has two seats instead of the four found in the Continental GTC, and draws heavy inspiration from the company’s EXP 100 GT concept. Read more for an up-close look, additional pictures and information.
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Belgium-based custom carmaker Krugger has unveiled its latest creation: the Krugger FD. This open-top speedster only has a single seat, and is based on the ‘streamline’ Art Deco design philosophy from the 1930s. It was commissioned by two businessmen – François Fornieri and André Dupont – and took approximately three years to complete. As you might have already guessed, the letters FD stand for the clients’ surname initials. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
The current-generation Bentley Continental GT shares the Volkswagen-developed MSB platform with the second-generation Porsche Panamera, and it’s the first production car ever to have an entire body side made from the Super Formed process, or a technique using aluminum which allows more complex, sharply defined body lines. The twin-turbocharged W12 engine producing 626 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque helps the luxury coupe accelerate from 0-60 mph in 3.6 seconds and reach a top speed of 207 mph. Tuning shop Arden decided to give it an aggressive supercar makeover. Read more for another picture and additional information.