NEW YORK – Losing the Rolls-Royce name and volume hasn't diminished overall sales greatly, Bentley Motors Inc. President and CEO Alasdair Stewart tells the International Motor Press Assn. here. The Continental GT coupe is in demand. Nor has the BMW AG-owned Rolls-Royce or the entry of DaimlerChrysler AG's Maybach into the super-premium segment, he says. Bentley will sell almost as many cars this year as it did in 2002 when it also sold 126 Rolls-Royce units. Stewart predicts ...
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