This morning saw Bentley Kuala Lumpur open their doors for the World of Bentley exhibit, to both members of the motoring media and invited guests (we wrote about this several weeks back here). A large fleet of Bentley Motors were assembled at the flagship store at Bentley Kuala Lumpur, which included the flagship Mulsanne and sumptuous Continental GTC in V8 engine formats. Almost everything Bentley was on display at the exhibit – from engine components, brakes, upholstery in various stages of completion, body panels… even a section of the actual, original picket fence that was used to enclose spectators at the Le Mans circuit; presented to Bentley Motors by the Automobile Club de l’Ouest in 1982, in recognition of the marque’s contribution to the worldwide fame of the 24 hour race.
Crewe, England – that’s the birthplace for all Bentleys. But for the first time ever, for a short 14 days – August 30th till September 12th, the world’s greatest ever display of Bentleys will be exhibited in Southeast Asia for the very first time. Bentley has always been renowned for their exceptional heritage and for being the epitome of luxury. Their cars are passion driven and meticulously hand-built using natural materials of the finest quality. Bentley credits this to their team of experienced craftsmen; their initials etched into the back of the upholstery upon completion.