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When we talk about premium car brands one of the first names that came into people minds is Bentley. BML (Bentley Motors Limited) is a British manufacturer of luxury automobiles founded on 1919. The company named after its founder Walter Owen Bentley, a short called WO Bentley. Earlier Bentley involved with the design of aircraft engines in World War I.

After the war, he dedicated to designing and manufacturing automobiles.  In 1924, Bentley won the 24 hours of Le Mans and following brands which repeated those successes in every year from 1927 to 1930. In 1931, Bentley was acquired by Rolls-Royce, and then the manufacturing plant relocated to Derby from London and thereafter the company owned by the Volkswagen Group of Germany since 1998. The first bike Bentley e nd 3 liter, but the requirements of customers of the brand new goals in production and the following model is heavier chassis and larger 4 ½-liter engine Blower Bentley, which is indicative of its time with its superb design. During the year 1926-1930 company designed 6 ½ liter and upgraded to 6 ½-liter Speed ​​Six engine

In 1930-1939, Bentley different from its current one-two at Le Mans, launches an 8-litre engine directly in fighting against its fabled Rolls-Royce rival. In the years from 1946 to 1986 models were produced as a Bentley Continental, Mark VI, R Type, R Type Continental, S1 Continental, S2 Continental, S3 Continental, T1, T2, Corniche and Camargue, Mulsanne, Mulsanne L, Mulsanne Turbo. From 1970 to 1980, Bentley sales fell dramatically. This is the time when Rolls-Royce had separated and established his own business - Rolls-Royce Motors Limited.

From 1980 onwards,  Bentley continuously designing and making  on  new brands of super high and VIP class as Arnage saloon, Hunaudieres Concept, State Limousine, Continental GT Coupe, Continental Flying Spur saloon, Azure convertible, Continental GT convertible, Continental GT Speed ​​Coupe, Bentley Brooklands coupe, Continental Flyingng Spur Speed ​​saloon, Continental GTC Speed, Azure T, Arnage saloon. Final Series, Continental Supersports, Bentley Zagato GTZ, Bentley Mulsanne and the 2011 Generation Continental.