Its V8, 350 bhp and 570Nm engine is developed by Bentley and BMW and has twin low-inertia, water-cooled, turbochargers inspired by the race technology of Cosworth Engineering.
Acceleration from standstill to 60 mph is 6.2 seconds and has a maximum speed of 150 mph (governed)
Power is soothly transmitted via
the 5 speed adaptive transmissionto
an all new suspension system
which automatically adjusts in response to both road and driver inputs to provide the
optimal ride/handling set-up, ensuring dynamic balance under all conditions.
The Arnage's power boost braking system features a new, 4-channel ABS, automatic stability control (ASC)
and micro-alloy ventillated discs.
Under maximum braking, the system brings the Bentley from 60mph to a standstill in just 3 seconds -
or 42 metres of road space.
The sleek purposeful Arnage features
rounded, flowing lines with powerfully sculpted sports bumpers
and integral airdam.
The driving position in the hand-crafted
interior has a sporting stance with comfortable, shouldered seats
with vertical fluting, evocative of early racing Bentleys.
Particular emphasis has been placed on a classic,ergonomic layout of the drivers controls with high precision, parchment-coloured instruments providing comprehensive feedback to the motor car's performance.
Reflecting the smooth design of
the exterior, complex curvature is applied to the interior woodwork, exquisitely
finished in natural, unbleached veneers. As with all Bentley motor cars, hide, carpets and chrome switches
demonstrate the expected attention to detail in a