NEW YORK – Shedding its Rolls-Royce parent after 72 years, Bentley Motors Ltd. finally has a chance to breathe on its own, says Alasdair Stewart, president and CEO of the British car maker’s U.S. subsidiary. "It's given us some clear space for the brand," Stewart says. Initial sales results for the first quarter are encouraging, revealing about 25% more Bentley sales for the period (99 units) compared with 79 in like-2002. Bentley hopes to sell 180 Arnages in 2003. Bentley is ...
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