Large Sedan Bentley Brooklands appeared in the line of the British automaker in 1992. He was named in honor of the first British race track, built in 1907, 32 kilometers from London. Bentley Brooklands replaced the model Mulsanne and Bentley Eight 1980 and positioned as a more affordable version of the Turbo R with a slightly modified design and less powerful 6.75-liter V8 engine from Rolls-Royce, deprived of turbocharging.
The car was produced from 1992 to 1998, and its cost in the United States began on the 156,500 dollars. At the Geneva Motor Show 2007, the company introduced a sedan Bentley Arnage, a two-door modification based on it was named Brooklands Coupe.

Bentley Brooklands Coupe.

The new Bentley Brooklands replaced the model nameplate Continental R and T. But on the whole look of the coupe has turned less stiff, but more dynamic, thanks to a greater angle pillars and a sloping trunk lid, as opposed to almost vertical front fascia. Four-seater coupe is at large 20-inch wheels and equipped in accordance with their appearance.
He’s compartment, whose mass is 2650 kg, and the overall length of 5411 mm (width – 1900, height – 1 473, the value of the wheelbase – 3116) accelerates from zero to a hundred in 5.3 seconds and a top speed of 296 km/h. Its front panel is entirely borrowed from the Arnage, preserving natural wood trim and fine leather upholstery.
Changes were only design of the door panels and the front seat, the profile of which was improved lateral support. Individual rear seats in Bentley Brooklands feature electrically adjustable, heated and ventilated. In total the company has released only 550 Bentley coupe Brooklands, which ceased production in 2011. Order now a car on the secondary market can be an average of $151,000.