Revealed at the Geneva motor show, the Number 9 pays homage to the brand's golden era.
Bentley has a pretty rich history, and a large part of that story involves the Bentley Boys of the 1920s and '30s. An intrepid group, they were the hot rodders of the day, engineering, modifying, and racing Bentleys with abandon. From this group was born the famous "Number 9" Le Mans race car equipped with a supercharged 4.5-liter engine that increased output from approximately 110 to 175 horsepower-pretty impressive for the day. To honor the centennial of the Bentley marque, the maker has harnessed some of this spirit and created the Continental GT Number 9 Edition by Mulliner.