Grand Bentley Teaser Photo and Video Released
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Bentley has released today, upon announcing the upcoming release, the first photo and video teaser of the Grand Bentley. Unfortunately, teaser is the defining word, as not much can be distinguished from the two.
The Grand Bentley is intended either to replace or to be the last of the Arnage line. What can be noticed from the video teaser is that the front end of the car is not designed in the way the British manufacturer has accustomed us with. The bonnet now looks a bit more rounded off than in the Arnage, complemented in geometry by the front wings.
Otherwise, if you haven't had a clue up until now on how a "flying B" looks like, the Bentley video release clears that up for you. In the 20 seconds clip, the Grand Bentley's front end shows up for only about four seconds. Of course, that's what teasers are all about, but this one is a bit too much.
So, for now, we will have to wait and see how the "purest expression of the Bentley spirit" presents itself this summer. The car will be built, where else, in the company's factory in Crewe, England.
If you are interested in the developments, Bentley has set up a dedicated website, which can be accessed here. Further releases are to be expected in the following weeks. Until then, you can have your way with the Bentley we already tested, the Continental Flying Spur Speed, by following this link.
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