About Bentley

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Bentley news

Discover the latest news from the fascinating world of Bentley. Experience a broad range of topics from events to motorsport.
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Front view of Bentley Blower, Bentley Flying Spur and Bentley Bacalar in illumninated backdrop.


Bentley is on an extraordinary journey into the future – a future in which sustainability will be paramount. We have made significant leaps forward, from concept cars featuring electric powertrains to subsequent launches of Bentley hybrid vehicles. In fact two Bentley models are already available with hybrid powertrains: the Flying Spur Hybrid and Bentayga Hybrid.
Scene from Le Mans with Bentley Blowers as competing vehicles

History and heritage

W.O. Bentley founded the company that carries his name on 10 July 1919. Now, more than 100 years later, his name is known across the globe for creating cars with an unrivalled blend of performance and craftsmanship.

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Side view of Bentley Continental GT3 featuring Carbon fibre front splitter, rear wing and body panels, driving on a race track


Motorsport has been at the heart of Bentley throughout its 102 years. In 1921, just two years after the first Bentley prototype was revealed, it was racing at the world famous 24 Hours of Le Mans. Today, Bentley races with the Continental GT3, it’s most dynamic and powerful race car based on its most advanced road car yet.