1992 Bentley Brooklands
The Bentley Brooklands was a life-sized sumptuosity saloon introduced for 1992 as the brand’s new flagship afterward the Bentley Mulsanne and Bentley Octet were discontinued. The Brooklands was replaced by the Bentley Arnage in 1998 as the Bentley flagship manakin.
The Brooklands continued Bentley’s comparatively angulate designing connive which was ill-used on both, Rolls-Royce besides as Bentley vehicles, end-to-end the Eighties and former Nineties. The outside pattern featured the greco-roman Bentley falls grillwork besides as treble headlights with wrap-around parking lights. As in many Bentley and Rolls-Royce vehicles the Brooklands too featured the stylemark descending trunklid and chromium-plate B-pillars.
The inside remained comparatively unaltered from late Bentley models with a more buxom figure elements circumferent the leather cloaked mall solace. The wheel and inside doorway panels remained unaltered. The national continued to be encircled by plentiful woodiness which featured incised, lighter-colored outlines on the doorway panels.
In the U.S. prices for the Brooklands started at round $156,500.
The Bentley Brooklands was compulsive by a 6.7 L V8 with a 4-speed robotlike transmittance. The fomite was ass bicycle thrust and featured autonomous movement and backside abatement. Piece not as prominent as another Ultra-luxury sedans, the Brooklands remained rather expectant with an boilersuit duration of 211.4″ and 214.5″ wheelbase (207.4″ and 120.5″ in SWB shave).
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