CREWE, U.K. – Bentley Motors Ltd. opens a special exhibition within the Lineage Room of the coach builder’s assembly plant here, taking owners and enthusiasts through 90 years of expert engine making. Called “Enduring Power,” the exhibition begins with a pair of rotary engines, the 150-hp B.R.1 and the 230-hp B.R.2, designed by company founder W.O. Bentley after seeing first-hand the devastation engine failures wreaked on British airmen during World War I. Most notably, offers Nigel ...

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