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Bentley is a British car manufacturer that is featured in every Forza main title.

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W.O. Bentley founded this legendary British marquee in 1919, and decided to prove and promote his cars through competition. In 1924, a 3-liter, four-cylinder Sport model won Bentley's first victory at Le Mans. In 1926-7, Bentley introduced the 6.5-liter Speed Six and the sportiest Bentley, the 4.5-liter four-cylinder. This was Bentley's golden age, with four consecutive Le Mans wins in 1927-1930 shared among the three models. The drivers, who came to be called 'The Bentley Boys,' were amateur sportsmen who drove fast and lived glamorously. Their big, British racing green Bentleys stood out for both performance and size, dwarfing most continental racers. Ettore Bugatti compared them to trucks, commenting that Bentley built 'the world's fastest lorries,' but Bentleys quickly built a reputation as the world's best sports cars. With the Great Depression, Bentley sales plummeted, and in 1931, the company was sold to Rolls-Royce. For many years, most Bentleys were Rolls-Royces with a different radiator shell. One major exception was the 1952 'R' Type Continental, a beautiful, 120-mph, four-seat fastback that still turns heads today. In the late 180s, Bentleys again emphasized performance with turbocharged power and roadholding to match. This transformation continued in 1998, when German manufacturer Volkswagen bought Bentley and invested heavily in new models. After a 71-year lapse, Bentley returned to racing with the Speed 8 Le Mans prototype, taking third place in 2001, fourth place in 2002, and winning a sixth Le Mans victory in 2003.
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VehiclesEdit

Year
Model
Drive
Power
Torque
Weight
Front
Disp
2016 Bentley Bentayga AWD 599 hp (447 kW) 663 ft·lb (899 Nm) 5340 lb (2422 kg) 57% 6.0 L
2004 Bentley Continental GT AWD 552 hp (412 kW) 479 ft·lb (649 Nm) 5350 lb (2427 kg) 58% 6.0 L
2013 Bentley Continental GT Speed AWD 617 hp (460 kW) 590 ft·lb (800 Nm) 5115 lb (2320 kg) 58% 6.0 L
2010 Bentley Continental Supersports AWD 621 hp (463 kW) 590 ft·lb (800 Nm) 4940 lb (2241 kg) 58% 6.0 L
2017 Bentley Continental Supersports AWD 621 hp (463 kW) 590 ft·lb (800 Nm) 4940 lb (2241 kg) 58% 6.0 L
2015 Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 Concept AWD 633 hp (472 kW) 619 ft·lb (839 Nm) 4497 lb (2040 kg) 58% 6.0 L
2011 Bentley Platinum Motorsports Continental GT AWD 702 hp (523 kW) 609 ft·lb (826 Nm) 5470 lb (2481 kg) 58% 6.0 L
2003 Bentley #7 Team Bentley Speed 8 RWD 633 hp (472 kW) 590 ft·lb (800 Nm) 2024 lb (918 kg) 45% 4.0 L
2017 Bentley Continental GT3 RWD 600 hp (447 kW) 531 ft·lb (720 Nm) 2866 lb (1300 kg) 52% 4.0 L

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