From the very first prototype created in a London mews to the phenomenally powerful and exquisitely crafted cars driven across the world today, there is no doubt that Bentley has continued to transform the face of motoring.
So it was only fitting we celebrated 100 years of this extraordinary marque at this year's Hill Climb. From the 1934 Bernato Hassan Special, the vintage Napier-Bentley, and 1931 No.5 Blower Bentley through to the modern luxury Bentyaga and Continental GT, the Pre-1940 Bentleys completing the Hill Climb challenge were joined by a very special display to mark this momentous occasion.
W.O. Bentley founded Bentley Motors to “build a fast car, a good car, the best in its class.” That desire has remained at the heart of Bentley’s vision ever since, and from the humble beginnings of the original 3 Litre right through to the incredibly powerful and refined cars of the modern era, the Crewe based firm has always delivered extraordinary vehicles.
Here's a selection of the Bentleys that featured as part of the 100, head over to our gallery to see more - Bentley Celebrations.