Bentley Company Description:
Bentley is a group of wealthy British automobile aficionados known as the "Bentley Boys" (Woolf Barnato, Sir Henry Birkin, steeplechaser George Duller, aviator Glen Kidston, automotive journalist S. C. H. "Sammy" Davis, and Dr. Dudley Benjafield among them) kept the car's reputation for high performance alive. Rolls-Royce merged the Bentley line into its own, so that the Bentley marquee became just a Rolls-Royce without the distinctive grille and with a lower price tag. In the 1980s, however, Bentley became a separate, high performance car line once again. The Bentley is a car that is built to be driven with passion for performance that is in our blood. The early history was written on the racetracks of Europe by a breed of adventurers who not only had the vision to build the cars, but also the courage to drive them to victory.