This is How Bentley Works its Magic

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An exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the facility where Bentleys are built.

Bentley was founded way back in 1919 and by 1924 its racing team had won the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans. Many also know the wonderful history of the "Bentley Boys," a group of rich English chaps who raced Bentleys during the twenties. While the UK brand has had its ups and downs over the decades, it’s now thriving under VW Group ownership. Sales have never been better. Despite all of this great success, Bentley is still dedicated to some of the finest craftsmanship in the business.

Bentley has managed to combine some old world coachbuilding with advanced 21st century manufacturing, and Drive's JF Musial goes behind the scenes at Bentley’s Crew facility to see first hand how the carmaker's historic past is still a part of its operations today.

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