The 135-lot field includes these iconic examples from Ferrari, Bugatti, Bentley, and Talbot-Lago.
Only 100 examples will be made, each with a piece of the 1930 sedan owned by Walter Owen Bentley himself.
During a test-drive in the Alps, we found the grand tourer’s makeover to be remarkable.
The leading lots include a 1961 Aston Martin racer valued at more than $13.3 million.
This quintet of high-value lots includes a Maserati that could fetch more than $5 million.
The 542 hp SUV carries a four-liter, twin-turbo V-8 engine and a wealth of refinement.
Stefan Sielaff shares his views on how tech and societal changes may alter our approach to automotive exclusivity.
The Phantom package, presented in partnership with Robb Report, accounted for $780,000 of the auction’s $15.15 million raised for charity.
“Bentley has bridged the gap between a luxury sedan and a performance sports car, appealing to an entirely different audience.” —Randy Nichols