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By Cars.com Staff
February 17, 2010
Vehicle Overview The Brooklands is Bentley's flagship coupe. As the most expensive Bentley, the Brooklands receives more prestige, technology and power. The twin-turbo V-8 makes a thunderous 530 horsepower. Bentley plans to build just 550 Brooklands to ensure exclusivity.
New for 2010 There are no significant changes for 2010.
Exterior Bentley says the Brooklands is a "powerful, muscular and rakish grand touring coupe." Fans of Bentley will recognize the Brooklands' characteristically long hood and short front overhang. The upright grille and quad headlamps look identical to those on the Arnage.
Available in 42 exterior colors
20-inch alloy wheels
Dual chrome exhaust
Bi-xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights with auto-leveling function
Interior As expected, the Brooklands comes tailored with luxurious materials. The four-passenger cabin treats occupants to leather-covered door panels, lush carpeting and a traditional dashboard peppered with chrome gauges. In back, a center console divides the outboard bucket seats, which are power adjustable and retract farther back than those in the Azure convertible, Bentley says.
Power-adjustable tilt steering wheel with cruise control
Dual-zone automatic climate control
Heated front and rear seats
Massaging front seats
Available in 25 different leather hides and three veneer trims
Available USB iPod input
Available 1,100-watt sound system with subwoofer
Under the Hood The Brooklands has a sport-tuned suspension, which includes stiffer road springs, anti-roll bars and revised damper tuning for better handling.
530-hp, twin-turbocharged 6.8-liter V-8 with 774 pounds-feet of torque
Six-speed automatic transmission with sports function