Bentley will display its Bentley Hybrid Concept that will preview the company’s first plug-in hybrid model at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition on April 20.
The first application of hybrid power will be availab
Bentley Systems, a leading provider of comprehensive software solutions for sustaining infrastructure, said American Electric Power (AEP), an electric utility, is set to enhance its electric substation design practices with its ‘Bentley
Bentley Motors has appointed Stephen Reynolds as regional director for Middle East and Asia Pacific and Neil Wilford as regional manager for the Middle East, India and Africa, effective immediately.
Reynolds will head up operations for
Bentley is set to unveil its Continental 6.0-litre W12 GT Speed in both coupe and convertible guise at the Salon Internationl De L’auto 2014 in Geneva.
The show will run from March 6 to 16 at the Geneva Palexpo convent
The global partnership between Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, and Bentley Motors brought signature luxury experiences to the UAE’s new generation of luxury travellers with The St. Regis and Bentley Al Ain Tour.
British luxury automobiles manufacturer Bentley Motors has recorded a nine per cent increase in global customer deliveries in September against the same period in 2012.
The Middle East and Europe market posted impressive gains, dr
Luxury watch brand Breitling for Bentley has named David Beckham as the its ambassador across the Middle East.
Beckham will be starring in Breitling for Bentley’s new global advertising campaign, courtesy of a powerful visua
Bentley Motors unveiled the much anticipated new Flying Spur, a luxury sedan, to VIP customers and media at an event yesterday (September 11) at JW Marriott Marquis in Dubai.
“The Flying Spur has long been a favourite for ou
English luxury car manufacturer Bentley is set to launch a new sporting model in its Continental GT range at the Frankfurt Show on September 10.
The Continental GT V8 S will be available as both a coupe and convertible, with a low
Germany's Volkswagen gave its ultra-luxury Bentley division the nod to build its first sport-utility vehicle, venturing beyond its speciality of sleek, growling road cars in a move that could unsettle automobile purists.