ROLLS-ROYCE BRINGS ELEGANCE TO THE 2017 GENEVA MOTOR

ROLLS-ROYCE BRINGS ELEGANCE TO THE 2017 GENEVA MOTOR

ROLLS-ROYCE BRINGS ELEGANCE TO THE 2017 GENEVA MOTOR At this year’s Geneva Motor Show, Rolls-Royce will show why it is considered to be the world’s leading luxury house by showcasing the full breadth of its Bespoke capabilities. The facets of Bespoke tailoring, Bespoke engineering and Bespoke jewellery will demonstrate to every connoisseur who commissions a Rolls-Royce that they can count on having their desire for a truly personal motor car, that reflects who they are, fulfilled in the most fitting manner to them. In short, they can be assured that Bespoke is Rolls-Royce. ‘Dawn – Inspired by Fashion’ will, with its Spring/Summer 2017 collection of three colour schemes, show how Bespoke means complementing the fine couture our patrons wear from day to day. Wraith Black Badge, a motor car Bespoke-engineered to suit its younger, edgier customers will demonstrate that at Rolls-Royce, Bespoke is anything…

NEW MULSANNE HALLMARK SERIES BY MULLINER

NEW MULSANNE HALLMARK SERIES BY MULLINER

MULSANNE HALLMARK: INSPIRED BY PRECIOUS METALS Bentley Motors is today unveiling the Mulsanne Hallmark Series by Mulliner – a highly exclusive limited edition inspired by the finest precious metals and luxury materials used by the very best jewellers. This limited edition is available across the Mulsanne range, and is the ultimate statement of luxury from Bentley’s flagship model. Silver and Gold versions of the fifty-model series will be made available to customers.  Precious metals have long been identified by hallmarks – stamps that prove their authenticity and value.  Truly rare cars can be identified by hallmarks of their own; in this case bespoke Mulliner craftsmanship. Exquisite design details from Mulliner – Bentley’s personal commissioning division – include a hallmarked silver or carat-gold-plated ‘Flying B’ mascot, a matching fine line running the length of the body; silver or gold metallic hide lining the storage compartments,…

ROLLS-ROYCE BLACK BADGE ARRIVES IN HONG KONG

ROLLS-ROYCE BLACK BADGE ARRIVES IN HONG KONG

Rolls-Royce Black Badge Arrives In Hong Kong Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge and Ghost Black Badge, first unveiled at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, are today presented together for the first time in Hong Kong. Rolls-Royce Black Badge speaks to the darker, more assertive, confident and demanding aesthetic of a new breed of Rolls-Royce customer – today’s generation of young, self-empowered, self-confident rule-breakers who are uncompromising and unapologetic in their choice of living and lifestyle. Their predecessors include Howard Hughes and our own Charles Rolls and they follow the road less travelled and live the unconventional life, darkly obsessed by their own pursuits and accomplishments from which they derive a pure adrenaline rush. At a luncheon celebrating the start of the Lunar New Year, Paul Harris, Regional Director for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars in Asia Pacific, said, “Rolls-Royce Black Badge is a creature of the night…

MANSORY Has Refined the Bentley Bentayga to Create the Ultimate Luxury SUV.

MANSORY Has Refined the Bentley Bentayga to Create the Ultimate Luxury SUV.

MANSORY Has Refined the Bentley Bentayga to Create the Ultimate Luxury SUV. There’s no doubt about it – MANSORY knows what they’re doing when it comes to refining luxury automobiles. With their tuning programme for the all-terrain Bentayga from the British luxury brand Bentley, the Bavarian brand MANSORY has established themselves as the first port of call for sporting accessories and exciting bodywork design. With a depth of manufacturing unparalleled in the tuning segment, the 200-employee strong company presents itself as a modern manufacturer with its own team of highly qualified specialists. From working on designs, constructing models through ‘baking’ the carbon bodywork parts in autoclaves, MANSORY offers a complete in-house reworking of the Bentayga’s aerodynamics. The result: a wide construction style combined with an enhanced vehicle silhouette as well as additional output for achieving increased speed in corners. The nose of the Bentley…

Issue 4 – Out Now!

 Issue 4 – Out Now!

BENTLEY MAINTAINS TOP EMPLOYER STATUS

BENTLEY MAINTAINS TOP EMPLOYER STATUS

BENTLEY MAINTAINS TOP EMPLOYER STATUS Bentley Motors has been recognised as a Top Employer for the sixth consecutive year, reflecting the company’s attention to excellence in personal development and employee conditions. The award – presented by the Top Employers Institute – highlighted Bentley’s emphasis on continuous improvement, employee conditions and dedication to the company’s 4,000-strong workforce. Commenting on the achievement, Marlies Rogait, Member of the Board for Human Resources, said: “Maintaining our status as a Top Employer is not only recognition for our business, but for our colleagues as well. We are very proud of our highly-skilled workforce and are committed to ensuring they have every opportunity to reach their potential. “Everyone in the business, from the craftspeople in the factory, to the executive team in the boardroom, are incredibly passionate about what they do. This passion for success only helps reinforce our position…

Rolls-Royce Phantom VII Takes A Final Bow

Rolls-Royce Phantom VII Takes A Final Bow

Rolls-Royce Phantom VII Takes A Final Bow The final Rolls-Royce Phantom VII rolled off the production line this past week, some 14 years since the first one left Goodwood’s production line. Phantom was the first of the illustrious marque’s models launched under BMW’s ownership. Much has been voiced about the world’s most iconic luxury car maker falling into foreign hands, plenty of it less than positive. However, there is no denying that essential new life was injected into the marque, resurrecting it from the embers of what had once been so glorious.   Under the guiding hand of its new parent, the essential modernisation of the marque began with Phantom, an enormously imposing car, both in terms of it’s very significant proportions and typically indulgent luxury. It’s significance registered on the scales almost as heavily as that of those early models that cemented the…

PODIUM FINISH FOR BENTLEY AT BATHURST

PODIUM FINISH FOR BENTLEY AT BATHURST

PODIUM FINISH FOR BENTLEY AT BATHURST Bentley Motorsport has finished in third place in the opening round of the Intercontinental GT Challenge, Bathurst 12 Hours, in a race that was packed with dramatic action from the outset. The #17 Continental GT3 piloted by the all-British trio of Guy Smith, Steven Kane and Oliver Jarvis rose from 22nd on the grid to finish on the podium in Bentley’s first race of 2017.  Australia’s largest and highest-profile endurance race began at 05.45 on Sunday morning, and it was the #8 Continental GT3 piloted by Maxime Soulet (BE) that was gaining most attention as it climbed from fifth to third on the opening two laps.  However, as the sun began to rise over New South Wales and the more than 50 cars made their way over the tight and twisty Mount Panorama track, a punctured tyre preceded…

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