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Bentley Brooklands Coupé (2008–2011)
Bentley Motors, a British automaker, produces two different models under the Bentley Brooklands brand. The Bentley Mulsanne was replaced by the first Brooklands, a full-size luxury saloon, which was introduced in 1992. The Bentley Arnage followed in 1998.
With the Brooklands Coupé, a 2-door, 4-seater hardtop coupé variation of the Bentley Azure, Bentley revived the moniker in 2007. It was produced in small quantities between 2008 and 2011.
These vehicles were given the Brooklands appellation after the Surrey banked racetrack where Bentley had some of its finest victories in the 1920s and 1930s.
Premiere in Geneva Motor Show 2007
A fixed-head variant of the Bentley Azure (which is connected to the Bentley Arnage), the Bentley Brooklands Coupé has a two-door, four-seater, pillarless hardtop coupé body without B-pillars. For the 2008 model year, it was introduced at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show. The Brooklands Coupé was the real replacement for the defunct Bentley Continental R and T since it was a hand-assembled automobile produced in very limited quantities using traditional coach-building methods and workmanship abilities in wood and leather. Deliveries began in the first half of 2008, with a lifetime production cap of 550 automobiles.
The Brooklands is powered by a 6.75-litre Bentley L Series twin-turbocharged OHV V8 engine, producing 530 bhp (395 kW; 537 PS) at 4,000 rpm and 1,050 N⋅m (774 lb⋅ft) at 3,250 rpm, at the time the highest torque ever developed by a production petrol V8 engine. The engine was linked to a reinforced 6-speed ZF torque converter automatic, with a Tiptronic manual gear selection function.
- 0 to 60 mph (0 to 97 km/h): 5.0 seconds
- 0 to 100 km/h (0 to 62 mph): 5.3 seconds
- Top speed: 296 km/h (183.9 mph)
- 0 to 100 mph (0 to 161 km/h): 11.7 seconds
|Designer||Bentley design team under Dirk van Braeckel|
Body and chassis
|Class||Grand tourer (S)|
|Body style||2-door hardtop coupé|
|Engine||6.75 L twin-turbo Bentley L SeriesV8|
|Transmission||6-speed ZF automatic|
|Wheelbase||3,116 mm (122.7 in)|
|Length||5,411 mm (213.0 in)|
|Width||1,900 mm (74.8 in) (w/mirrors: 2,125 mm (83.7 in))|
|Height||1,473 mm (58.0 in)|
|Kerb weight||2,650.5 kg (5,843 lb)|
Bentley Continental R
Bentley Continental T
The interior of the Brooklands is typically Bentley in a club atmosphere with lots of burl wood, chrome and leather. A carbon-ceramic brake system was also available as an option. The minimum price for the Brooklands was 345,100 Euros or 292.953,83 GBP.
The Bentley Brooklands was introduced in 1992 as a replacement for the Bentley Mulsanne S and Bentley Eight models. It was intended as a slightly less expensive alternative to the Bentley Turbo R, featuring the same styling, underpinnings and the Rolls-Royce 6.75-litre V8 engine, but initially without the more powerful model's turbocharger. A turbocharged version appeared in 1996.
The Brooklands continued Bentley's relatively angular design theme, which was also used on contemporary Rolls-Royce vehicles, throughout the 1980s and early 1990s. The exterior design featured the classic Bentley waterfall grille as well as dual headlights with wraparound parking lights. As in many Bentley and Rolls-Royce vehicles, the Brooklands also featured the trademark descending bootlid and chrome B-pillars.
The interior remained relatively unchanged from previous Bentley models, with more curvaceous design elements surrounding the leather-wrapped centre console. The steering wheel and interior door panels remained largely unchanged; the major change arrived in the form of relocating the gear selector to the centre console- for decades the standard practice among R-R and Bentley models utilised a steering column mounted selector. The interior continued to be surrounded by ample woodgrain which featured engraved, lighter-colored outlines on the door panels.
In the U.S. prices for the Brooklands started at around $156,500.
The 1992–1997 Brooklands was driven by a 6.75-litre Rolls-Royce V8 engine with a four-speed automatic transmission. The vehicle was rear-wheel drive, and featured independent front and rear suspension. While not as large as some other ultra-luxury cars, the Brooklands remained quite large with an overall length of 5,370 millimetres (211.4 in) and wheelbase of 3,162 millimetres (124.5 in) (5,268 millimetres (207.4 in) and respectively 3,061 millimetres (120.5 in) in SWB trim).
In autumn of 1996 Brooklands received an update in a form of light-pressure turbo, boosting power output to 300 bhp.
In 1998, there also was a Brooklands R derivative available, with suspension upgrade borrowed from Turbo R model and with a light-pressure turbo, that should be seen as a replacement for standard Brooklands. Cars were badged as 'Brooklands R'.
Overview Bentley Brooklands First Generation
Body and chassis
|Body style||4-door saloon|
|Related||Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit|
|Engine||6.75 L Bentley V8
6.75 L turbo Bentley V8 (since 1996)
|Wheelbase||SWB: 3,061 mm (120.5 in)
LWB: 3,162 mm (124.5 in)
|Length||1996-98 LWB: 211.8 in (5,380 mm)
1993-95 SWB: 207.5 in (5,270 mm)
1993-95 SWB: 5,268 mm (207.4 in)
1996-98 LWB: 5,370 mm (211.4 in)
|Width||1992-95: 1,887 mm (74.3 in) (w/mirrors: 2,007 mm (79.0 in))
1995-98: 1,914 mm (75.4 in) (w/mirrors: 2,111 mm (83.1 in))
1,486 mm (58.5 in)
Bentley Mulsanne S