Just because Bentley Motors Ltd. is heading into a new direction with a lower-priced sedan, don’t expect it to retreat from all the new competition at the uppermost end of the luxury car market. Bentley recently unveiled its new Continental GT, which will spot the brand at a new price point below its existing $200,000-plus Arnage line. And the coupe – and future sedan and convertible spin-offs – is very much the center point of the British marque’s growth plan. Continental GT ...
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