Let’s face it, if you had to build a list of the most blinged-out rides on Earth, chances are that two of our English friends from across the pond would make your list. No disrespect to American builders though. It’s just that Bentley and that other British company that owned them for 70 years paid their dues over the decades.
When VW bought Bentley in 1998, we were all excited to see how the new ownership would change the quality of the cars, and the Continental GT series did not disappoint, quickly becoming a fave of rappers and pro athletes everywhere. For the most part, though, the flagship Arnages and Azures—though much more expensive—remained the realm of stuffy old men who define paper as where they read the news. That may be soon to change with the Mulsanne, the forthcoming top-of-the-line sedan that deftly restyles Bentley design themes and reinvigorates the brand’s commitment to performance. Read more at dubmag.net.