|Colour:||Peacock Blue Metallic|
2008 Bentley Brooklands Mulliner Coupé (RHD)
- The best example of its type available
- 2,371 miles only
- Bentley main dealer service history
- Factory-built Mulliner specification
- Factory fitted Le-Mans wing vents & Matrix grill
- Meticulously presented and an asset for any collection
- Considered to be the last ‘true hand-built’ Bentley Coupe
- Early viewing recommended to avoid disappointment
Finished in the sought-after colour combination of Peacock Blue Mica coachwork with exquisite Parchment hide, flawless Burr Walnut woodwork, Blue Wilton carpets bound in leather and matching Blue leather top roll. Benefitting with the highly desirable option of two-piece Mulliner aluminium road wheels, Navigation, fully electric heated seats, Le Mans side vents etc.
Having covered just 2,371 miles from new this car is quite possibly the lowest mileage example available worldwide.
Having benefited with just two previous owners in its entire life and most importantly been maintained regardless of any expense spared with 9 service visits to Bentley main dealers. This is truly a wonderful opportunity to be able to present, being 1 of the only 100 UK cars this example is an asset for any collection. You will not find a better example of its type available.
Unveiled to the public at the 2007 Geneva Auto Show, the entirely hand-made Bentley Brooklands Coupe enjoyed a four-year production lifespan from 2008 to 2011. At launch, a total of 550 examples were planned; however, only around 430 were physically sold world wide.
Taking its name from the banked Surrey racing circuit where Bentley scored many victories in pre-War days, each car required more than 650 man-hours to build, around 130 of which were spent on welding the body alone. There are many amazing facts that surround the Brooklands, a car that – given its timing and lineage with pre-VW-era models such as the Azure and Continental R – is uniquely positioned in the brand’s history. Look even further into Bentley’s history books and the Brooklands shares much in common with the Mulliner-bodied R Type Continental of the early 50’s: a sporting, two-door coupé and the first Bentley designed to carry four, at speeds of over 100mph, in great comfort. Bentley Motors quietly bought a 1952 example in 2000 to form part of its heritage fleet; such is its landmark importance to its modern-day coupé-model lineage.
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