Rent a Bentley in Dubai

Updated on Saturday 03rd December 2016

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If you are thinking of better ways in which you can make your journey to Dubai interesting and unforgettable, then you should consider our car rental services in Dubai for moving from one place to another within the city. Dubai is a city with many wonders and beautiful places to visit and a rented car can be the proper way to explore all of them.

Bentley is one of the most sophisticated and ultra-luxurious cars you can choose if you want to spoil yourself in a splendid vacation or business voyage. This car is the essence of style, class, and refinement and is the right solution if you want to rent a luxury car in Dubai. With the help of our luxury car rental agents in Dubai, you can receive information and guidance about our prestigious fleet.

What makes Bentley an exceptional luxury car


Since way back in history, Bentley attempted to achieve extraordinary performance, where boundaries were pushed, expectations were surpassed, myths were crushed and new legends were born. With each new model, Bentley stretches the limits of possibility. Bentley stands for more than the usual widespread list of superlatives. Both relaxing and adrenaline-charged, a Bentley signifies an extremely personal experience and for the driver, it means opening a world of deluxe high-performance. Besides comfort, luxury and astonishing appearance, Bentley signifies performance and high quality standards, that can be explained with numbers:

•    a horsepower ranging from 200 to 560 for their models manufactured between 1998 and 2014;
•    reaching 100 kph in just 4.8 seconds;
•    a top speed of 318 kph for the first generation of Bentley Continental GT;
•    6 litre and 12-cylinder engine, in a W formation.
 

Short story of Bentley


Bentley Motors is a British company that designs, manufactures and develops luxury motorcars which are mostly hand-built. It is a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG now based in Crewe, England.
Bentley Motors Limited was founded by W. O. Bentley on 18 January 1919 in Cricklewood, North London. It was on a visit to the DFP workshop in 1913 that W.O. Bentley observed an aluminium paperweight material and had the brilliant idea of using the lightweight metal as an alternative of cast iron to make engine pistons.  In the '20s, with the 3-litre, 85 bhp engine offering speeds of 80 mph and more, Bentley Motors fixed many speed and endurance records and became indistinguishably related with the history of the well-known 24-hour race at Le Mans.

In the hands of the legendary Bentley Boys, Bentley cars completed Le Mans victories in 1924, 1927, 1928, 1929, and 1930, taking first four places in 1929. Despite its racing record and public acclamation, Bentley Motors was affected by financial struggle. By 1931 the golden age was over and closure materialized. In this time, Rolls-Royce walked in to save Bentley’s name and a new era began:

•    out of 3024 fabrication Bentley vintage chassis, nearly 1500 are believed to still function today;
•    vintage Bentley cars were certified for five years;
•    manufacture topped in 1929 at 414 chassis.

 In 1929 the company made its only considerable profit of £28,467 and in 1931 the enterprise lost £84,174. Rolls-Royce paid £125,275 for Bentley Motors in November 1931. In February 1939, a 4 ¼ -liter Bentley is manufactured by exceptional order with aerodynamic bodywork and goes on to deliver a demonstration of high-speed cruising capacity on Continental motorways.

In May 1946, Bentley and Rolls Royce transferred their production to the Crewe factory and the Bentley Mk VI is revealed. It is the first Bentley to feature a pressed steel body and also the first to be made with the standard Rolls-Royce mechanisms. In June 1952, the Bentley R-Type Continental marks its entrance, a Mulliner-bodied coupe capable of 120 mph. It is the last Bentley to be constructed with no equal Rolls-Royce model for 30 years.


In September 1959, the Bentley S2 is launched and it uses an all-new 6.2-litre aluminum V8 engine, substituting the six-cylinder unit, initially built up for Rolls-Royce models in the 1920s. In September 1965, the Bentley T Series is launched, practically looking identical with the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow, containing independent suspension and disc brakes. A two-door version appears six months later.

In February 1977, the four-door Bentley T2 is announced, valued at £22,800, the same as the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II correspondent. In May 1985, the legendary Bentley Mulsanne Turbo R is released, the fastest road-going Bentley yet. In March 1991, the Bentley Continental R is launched, being the first Bentley model with its own, dedicated body since the 1954 R-Type Continental. In March 1996, the 400 bhp Bentley Continental T becomes the brand's most powerful road car. The Bentley Turbo R Sport is presented at the same time. In April 1998, The Bentley Arnage is announced and shares the same body as the Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph, with a BMW V8 twin-turbocharged engine.


BMW buys the rights to the Rolls-Royce name and it is announced that from midnight on December 31st, 2002 Bentley and Rolls-Royce will be distinct enterprises once again, after 67 years together. In September 1999 the Bentley Arnage Red Label is launched, marking the return of the 6 ¾ -liter V8 engine to the series. In 2002, Bentley presented Queen Elizabeth II with a certified State Limousine to honor her Golden Jubilee.  In 2003, Bentley's two-door convertible, the Bentley Azure, was stopped from fabrication, and Bentley presented a second line, Bentley Continental GT, a great luxury coupé powered by a W12 engine built in Crewe. Car sales in 2011 increased by 37% with the new Continental GT accounting for over one-third of entire trades.  As a reminder, you can rent a Lamborghini in Dubai for private events and beautiful holidays.

Please feel free to contact our luxury car rental agents in Dubai if you want to rent a Bentley.

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