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Bentley Speed Six x Le Mans : the continuation

With the legendary Speed Six, one of the most successful racing cars of its time, Bentley won two consecutive Le Mans titles in 1929 and 1930. Led by the so-called Bentley boys, master mechanics who defeated the competition with their famous supercharger, Speed cars are still in the public eye. Due to constant demand, and in line with what other manufacturers had done before, Bentley’s team of specialists in the Mulliner (bespoke) division developed and built the new Speed Six series. The so-called “continuation” models begin with a full 3D scan of the two surviving cars. Powered by a 6.5-liter inline six-cylinder engine developing 200 horsepower, the 12 examples of this continuation have already been sold… But what a beauty…

Bentley Speed Six x Le Mans : the continuation

With the legendary Speed Six, one of the most successful racing cars of its time, Bentley won two consecutive Le Mans titles in 1929 and 1930. Led by the so-called Bentley boys, master mechanics who defeated the competition with their famous supercharger, Speed cars are still in the public eye. Due to constant demand, and in line with what other manufacturers had done before, Bentley’s team of specialists in the Mulliner (bespoke) division developed and built the new Speed Six series. The so-called “continuation” models begin with a full 3D scan of the two surviving cars. Powered by a 6.5-liter inline six-cylinder engine developing 200 horsepower, the 12 examples of this continuation have already been sold… But what a beauty…