2000 Bentley Arnage Red Label
Bentley Arnage Red Label
Launched in previous 1999 was the Arnage Red Tag. Volkswagen, who had purchased the Bentley figure and Crewe mill was abhor to extend buying BMW’s engines, and it sour out that Bentley engineers and customers mat the like way. The BMW-powered Arnage, piece objectively more advanced than the Turbo RT it replaced, was more a arcsecond slower to 60 mph than that car, and lacked the monumental torsion that Bentley customers had big habitual to.
Vickers had outsourced to Cosworth the yield of the old 6.75 L Rolls-Royce locomotive for use in the continued Continental and Cerulean models, so lapsing to the old understudy locomotive was a rude prize for the caller. In fact, Volkswagen purchased Cosworth likewise, so all the pieces hide into post to decimate the BMW locomotive.
The Red Judge exemplar reverted to the old V8, which boasted torsion of 835 N·m with a individual Loft T4 turbocharger. This was the superlative sum of torsion for a four-door car at the clock. Likewise reverting was the Ecumenical Motors-sourced 4-speed 4L80-E machinelike.
A long-wheelbase rendering of the Red Tag was launched at the Detroit Machine Prove in 2001, and the Common Judge complete yield. The Red Judge models were replaced in 2002.
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