A Sneek Peek Inside Bentley's Design Center

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Come and join us, as for the next 200-300 words, we will take a peak inside Bentley’s design studio, located at the company’s headquarters (Crewe, UK).

The carmaker is introducing the “An Unbroken Line” exhibition, which follows the mind-blowing story of creativity and technical precision that describes the birth process of the contemporary Bentleys, including the Continental GT and Mulsanne.

As part of this, Bentley is showing the first drawings of the facelifted Continental GT to the public for the first time, with the goodies including concepts that otherwise would have been “locked” in the company’s studios forever.

In addition to that, the display also covers key moments in the company’s history (from a design point of view), showing us the elements that define a Bentley to this day.

At the heart of the exhibition, we can find some of the finest examples of the vehicles that have represented the brand for over 90 years.

The new Continental GT and Mulsanne line-up alongside some classic and rare Bentley's including Woolf Barnato's exquisite 1930 'Blue Train' Speed Six Coupe which has been especially shipped in from America by a friend of the company. The car is renowned for its sleek and revolutionary Gurney Nutting coachwork and is also famous for winning one of the most intriguing wagers in motoring history when Barnato, a Le Mans-winning driver, drove all the way back to London from the south of France before his friend reached Calais on 'Le Train Bleu', ” stated the press release.

“An Unbroken Line” will be held at Bentley’s Headquarters in Crewe throughout this year.
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