After the Vickers sale debacle in 1999 Volkswagen ended up acquiring Bentley and although there were existing models designed by Rolls they were desperate to break away and use all their skills of volume production and technical expertise to introduce their own designed Bentley.
The result in 2003 was the formidable Bentley GT with its amazing high tech W12 turbo engine, four-wheel drive and beautiful svelte Coupe bodywork.
Of course, it was an instant success and a standard setter in terms of massive usable high powered design.
This stunning Sept 2004 example is finished in Dark Midnight Blue with Ocre leather and wood veneer trim.
It has a great specification with 19? alloys, sat nav, Bluetooth, coming home function and cost around £113,000 new.
She has only had 4 owners and servicing mainly at Main Bentley dealers and 2 services at specialist dealers.
It is in lovely cherished condition and drives beautifully.
The performance is astonishing for such a large car and totally effortless.
Sold inspected, recently serviced with a comprehensive warranty for 12 months.
S2 Type Saloon
Originally delivered to Switzerland
Car Delivered on 22.4.60 to RR Lillie Hall
Chassis Number B.425.LBR
Engine Number 212.BB
Body Number BT.0542
Radio 501 TA
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