The Bentley Arnage was formerly the flagship of the lineup. It was a full-size luxury sedan and was discontinued from production in 2009 and has been succeeded by the all-new Mulsanne. It came with a 6.75 liter twin-turbocharged V8 and had various iterations, such as the standard Arnage R, the extended wheel-base RL, and the high performing T. Various transmission choices were offered such as a four and five-speed automatic transmission.
Before production ended, 150 "Final Series" were produced to commemorate the car's production run. They had increased power and featured unique 20-inch wheels, a retractable 'Flying B' mascot, body-colored headlamps, unique grilles, lower front wing vents, and special badges.