It looks like the Volkswagen Group is serious about its commitment to electric cars. It is occurring so quickly, in fact, that sometimes it seems its subsidiaries can’t keep up.
Good things are happening to Volkswagen. After a year-and-a-half of turmoil brought on by its self-inflicted emissions cheating scandal, things are looking up for the automaker.
When you look at the specs for a marque, and they say it moves from 0 to 60 in 3.5 seconds, you think that the vehicle in question must be a two-door mid-engined hypercar that is made of all kinds
Later this month at the Paris Motor Show, Bentley will debut the Flying Spur W12 S.
On paper, the Bentley Bentayga makes a strong case. It features a twin-turbo 6.0L W12 engine with 600 horsepower and 663 pound-feet of torque.
But this week during Monterey Auto Week festivities, the British automaker will be introducing a tow bar for the Bentayga SUV.
Why would anyone want a more powerful version of the Bentayga? The current model already offers 600 horsepower W12 engine, making it the most powerful SUV on sale.
The latest version of the Continental GT Speed now features 633 horsepower and 619 pound-feet of torque.
Bentley will be introducing a new Flying Spur model called the V8 S that is being positioned as the model for the driver.
They all involve electric vehicles. The first three are in the process of getting an EV of some sort into production and we learned this week that Bentley is considering it.
As a reviewer, I never hesitate to take manufacturers to task when they install “Grandma’s Dresser” style wood veneer trim in cars.
88 years in the making, is this a publicity stunt?
Bentley has unveiled a new flagship luxury sedan that offers the expected luxury and unprecedented performance.
Bentley Motors is competing in Mille Miglia 2014 (May 15‑18) with two of the company’s famous 4.5-liter supercharged ‘Blowers’ taking on the 1,700 km route.
The Bentley Flying Spur has been named “Car of the Year in Russia.” The prestigious honor went to the high-performance luxury sedan in the competition’s premium sedan category.
Volkswagen has announced that it has appointed Wolfgang Durheimer chairman and chief executive officer of Bentley Motors Ltd. and president of Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S.
According to Bentley, the S models will add more "sporting edge" to the Continental GT line.