The IRS has valued the Michael Jackson Estate at over $1.1 billion dollars, which is more than double what the estate's executors valued it at upon the legendary singer's death.
This week marks the opening of the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance and Bentley plans to hit the place in style. Which, of course, is what the exclusive carmaker does best.
Whatever the results produced by the team consisting of Bentley racing, M-Sports Ltd (technical support) and the workers at the assembly plant in Crewe, it will deserve an A for effort.
The cars will be competing in the 2013 Mille Miglia and, despite their 90 plus years of age, are expected to be some of the most competitive on the road.
Perhaps even more to the point, why should they even care, as we all understand why anyone with the ways and means might want one or even two.
The Flying Spur is traditionally Bentley's most dynamic sedan and has often showcased top-line technology in past renditions.
Said to be the world's fastest four-seat convertible, the impressive Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible made its debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
With a big 6.0-liter turbocharged W12 engine putting out 616 bhp through an 8-speed transmission, the new Bentley's top speed is 202 miles per hour - all with an open top and seating for four.
Back in the heady days of automotive yore, Bentley was one of the best-known racing names in the business.
Bentley Motors is the premier British nameplate for luxury cars.
Bentley has just given luxury enthusiasts a sneak peak at the upcoming Mulsanne Convertible Concept.
Bentley has given us a full video and images of their new pinnacle luxury performance SUV, the EXP 9 F. The car had not been seen since the concept was unveiled at Geneva.
Bentley is known for creating cars that combine speed with amazing comfort and luxury and has been doing so ever since they first starting building cars.
Long known for its powerful powertrains, Bentley may be known going forward for an electrically powered powertrain.