The Silent Sports Car It has no deep roaring exhaust note to indicate the virility of its engine ; neither are the passengers bounced about like peas on a drum. But such evidence is not needed to persuade the occupants of a Bentley that they are going fast. The power is undeniably there ; it is only the noise that is missing. The car combines the energy of an express train
with the silence of a sailing ship. At maximum speed, at minimum speed, and at any intermediate speed it runs like a billiard ball. It is not merely that the Bentley is fast, but that it is fast, smooth, and silent all at once that constitutes its
especial fascination. Vogue
A drive in Coventry's latest proves that there's a lot to be said for the cobbler sticking to his last If there were a single rule that all car manufacturers…
"The most stupid thing I ever did..."
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Matters of moment, November 1991
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