By Sarah Young and Andreas Cremer LONDON, Jan 8 (Reuters) - Luxury British car maker Bentley Motors is betting on a new sport utility vehicle (SUV) to build on the success of its Flying Spur saloon that drove sales to a record high last year. Bentley, owned by Germany's Volkswagen, sold 10,120 ultra-luxury saloons, coupes and convertibles cars in 2013, 19 percent more than the previous year and beating a previous high set in 2007, as demand from the Americas outweighed shrinking ...
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