Fly with the bentley
Posted by Mords1944 on April 21st, 2020
Have you ever seen the winged "B" badge on the Bentley and wanted to fly? If so, you are not the only one! People all over the world dream of having a Bentley and why not, its height is too big not to want it! Bentley Motors settled in England in January 1919. The founder was Walter Owen Bentley. Walter Owen has always been fascinated by fuel engines and racing motorcycles, like most children, and the Bentley was the result of this passion.
Bentley Motors has a story full of twists and turns and also a very interesting one! Let's go through its pages.
Manufacturing of the Bentley started with a 3-liter powered car that was very advanced for its time. It had four cylinders, a single overhead camshaft, four valves per cylinder, and a double-spark ignition through two magnets. But it made a little noise. This noise is said to have once irritated a nurse who was caring for a dying patient. To everyone's surprise, a person present there had said "A happy sound to die for!" Such was the beginning of the Bentley!
The Bentley was and is primarily known as a race car. He has won many Le Mans trophies. Le Mans is a 24-hour car endurance test conducted in France. Test a car to the limit and those who can hold the grill have tremendous respect and respect in the automotive market. These races also provided great publicity for the Bentley. The first Bentley, the 3-liter car, entered and came up with a very respectable 4th!
Thereafter, there was no going back, and Bentley engines made some of the best cars ever known. Sometimes manufacturing was so slow that cars were manufactured just before delivery, and sometimes even demo cars had to be sold. But its popularity never ceased to skyrocket. Actually, fewer people bought them due to their high prices, but still they all secretly thought about taking control of one of these. After a few years, it was announced that Bentley Motors would withdraw from the races as they did not have enough money. In addition to this, the entire hasty race was giving the common man a very bad impression of the car. Some people were wary of buying the car, seeing it as a symbol of rough driving. Something to break this image, Bentley Motors made a fascinating limousine car. But right now, the Great Depression had taken its toll on Bentley Motors, leaving it in a financial crisis. Therefore, it was decided to sell the company. Thus, Rolls Royce took over Bentley Motors in a very dramatic way in 1931. At that time Bentley was Rolls Royce's most formidable rival and the world saw this as a mega deal for Rolls Royce. It was actually good news for Bentley (in at least one way) that her baby would at least be in experienced hands. Therefore, the Bentley was with Bentley Motors only until 1931.
The Volkswagen Group, a German company, has owned Bentley since 1998. The Bentleys are manufactured at the Crewe factory in England.
The various current and popular models of this car are Arnage, Azure, Continental GT, Continental Flying Spur and Continental GTC.
Luxury, elegance and comfort characterize all Bentley. Features like emergency fuel shutoff device, rear door child safety locks, engine immobilizer, front seat belt height adjusters, fog lights, anti-theft protection, occupant sensor airbags, computers that track average speed, average fuel consumption, instant fuel consumption and range for remaining fuel, keyless entry operated through key fob, tire pressure monitor, separate climate controls for driver / front passenger , rear window defogger, heated wash system, built-in Bluetooth phone system, folding electric mirrors, ashtrays, full maps, The remote controlled DVD, various speakers, headlight cleaners, leather seats, tinted glass, a variety of interior lighting, etc. make the Bentley a beautiful purchase. The Azure also has a sunroof / moonroof and a removable / convertible top!
Bentley cars are instantly recognizable by the huge headlights they flaunt. But unlike its easy to detect features, they are very difficult and intricate to make! The Bentley is known as a highly reliable, robust, and versatile car. Versatile as it combines uncompromising luxury with enviable performance and reliability.Also See: Bentley Motors, World Dream, Walter Owen, Rolls Royce, Car, Bentley, Motors
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