Bentley New Cars in India
Bentley. The name itself conjures up visions of sporting luxury. Now part of the Volkswagen Group, Bentleys are fully-imported into India. The entire range is on offer, including the Continental Flying Spur, the Continental GT and the new Mulsanne. Bentley has a rich sporting heritage, including 5 wins at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Even today, Bentley's image as the ultimate sporting grand tourer, or GT, is unmatched.
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Bentley Motors will compete in this year’s Mille Miglia with two iconic 4½ litre Supercharged ‘Blowers’; a 1930 Le Mans race car belonging to perhaps the most famous and daring of the Bentley Boys and a company demonstrator that is still going strong even after nine decades on the road.
Bentley Motors has introduced the new Flying Spur to Greater China, alongside the Continental GT Speed, and its pinnacle flagship model, the Mulsanne. Bentley has also announced its plans to grow the dealer network in Greater China, reinforcing China as a key market for Bentley’s continued success as the company aims for double digit growth in 2013.
It hasn't been the best of years for the Indian auto industry. Data compiled by the Society of Indian Autmobile Manufacturers (SIAM) shows that over the past 12 months, production has grown by just 1.2 %, from April 2012 till March 2013. The industry produced 1,685,355 vehicles in March 2013 as against 1,845,868 in March 2012, which declined by (-) 8.70 percent.
Bentley Motors today announced that global deliveries to customers in the first quarter of 2013 have increased by 25.75 per cent to 2,212 cars compared to the first three months of 2012 (1,759).
The Society of Indian Automotive Manufacturers (SIAM) has released a White Paper today, strongly opposing the proposed Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the European Union. The proposed India-EU FTA seeks to curb and eventually cease import duties on completely built-up (CBU) vehicles imported into India from the European Region. SIAM’s contention is that such a move will adversely impact domestic car manufacturers.