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Bentley Cars: What's new for 2009

Brooklands comes -- and goes


2009 Bentley Continental Flying Spur Speed

2009 Bentley Continental Flying Spur Speed

Photo © Bentley


ARNAGE: (photo) Bentley will commemorate the end of Arnage production with the Arnage Final Series, of which 150 will be built. The Arnage Final Series features the Arnage T's 500 horsepower twin-turbo engine, dark-tinted radiator grille, 20" wheels, body-color trim, upgraded interior, and "Final Series" badging inside and out.

BROOKLANDS: (photo) The all-new Bentley Brooklands is scheduled to go on sale in early 2008 as a 2009 model. Did you get yours? If not, I'm afraid you're out of luck -- the 550 examples that Bentley will build are already spoken for. Among the features of the $340,990 four-seat Brooklands: All-leather interior, special 20" wheels, and a 6.75 liter V8 (530 horsepower and 774 lb-ft of torque; the latter is, according to Bentley, the highest torque rating of any automotive engine ever produced) that whisks the Brooklands to 60 MPH in five seconds flat.

CONTINENTAL: (photo) The Continental Flying Spur (sedan) gets mild tweaks to its front and rear fascias, revised suspension settings, optional carbon-ceramic brakes and a new dynamic cruise control system. An exclusive Naim stereo joins the options list, as does a full-width back seat with electrically adjustable outer sections. The new Flying Spur Speed model gets the same treatment as last year's Continental GT (coupe) Speed model, with a 600 horsepower 12-cylinder engine.

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