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#Bentley

Pretty Big: high-class SUVs

If you see the Spirit of Ecstasy or a Flying B soaring somewhat higher off the road than usual these days, it’s because the consumer demand for SUVs (which recently caused Ford to drop its sedans entirely) has finally reached the high table.

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From the Top Down

In October of 1919, the man who’d built the motor for the Sopwith Camel fired up a newly designed 3.0-liter engine, heard it roar, and fulfilled a dream he’d put on hold for the war. Bentley Motors, as they say, was born.

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