Past Bentley Models

Bentley's DNA is imprinted on every single luxury model they design, engineer and produce. Here at Grange, we look back over the rich history of Bentley automotive design and discover how the same luxury design language is expressed in every single vehicle from the first Bentley model, right up until the currently Bentley models on the market today.


The Continental Range (2003-2017) - Bentley Past Models

The Continental Range (2003-2017)

The stunning two-door Bentley Continental was revealed in the early 21st century – a car that created a new category of its own, one that combined power, style and luxury in the form of a grand tourer.

Launched in 2003, only a single W12 model was available. However, a convertible model soon followed and then in 2009, the first Bentley Continental Supersports was engineered to deliver a truly exhilarating drive, more thrilling than ever before.

The second generation was released in 2010, where Bentley redesigned the original model and delivered it with a 4.0 litre V8 engine. The category grew and grew with more models added in the years that followed, tailoring to different driving needs across the world. This included a race-track inspired model – the Continental GT3-R, released in 2014, and then again in 2017.



The Arnage Range - Bentley Past Models

The Arnage Range

Enjoying extraordinary success in its era, the Arnage range became somewhat of a limited-edition range. First debuting in 1998, the four-door Bentley Arnage made an undeniable sophisticated statement on the road. There were five models within the range, with the final series only producing 150 cars. Models in the series included:

  • The Arnage
  • The Arnage
  • The Arnage RL
  • The Arnage T
  • The Arnage Final Series



The Azure - Bentley Past Models

The Azure

An unmatchable model in Bentley history – the Bentley Azure convertible was impressive in performance, potency and style alike. The original model debuted in 1995 and continued in production until 2003 before the second generation was announced in 2005. The second generation brought higher performance to the grand tourer, which resulted in an end-of-life limited edition Bentley Azure T model in 2009.



Bentley Brooklands - Bentley Past Models

Bentley Brooklands

Original production began in 1993, but 2007 welcomed the triumphant return of the Bentley Brooklands. Inspired by impressive power and truly potent coupés, the Bentley Brooklands was equipped with the most powerful V8 engine ever created by Bentley – meaning top speeds of 184mph were achievable.



The Continental Flying Spur - Bentley Past Models

The Continental Flying Spur

In 2005, the four-door grand tourer was introduced as the Bentley Continental Flying Spur, designed with a 6-litre twin-turbocharged W12 engine, and a top speed of 190mph. With an undeniably striking road presence, its steering, suspension and chassis also delivered an undeniably thrilling, yet luxurious driving experience – the best in its class. There were three models available in the range:

  • The Continental Flying Spur
  • The Continental Flying Spur Speed
  • The Continental Flying Spur Series 51



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