2013 Bentley Coupe – Bentley Motors Limited is a British manufacturer of automobiles founded in 18th January 1919 by Walter Owen Bentley known as WO Bentley or just “WO”. 2013 Bentley Coupe had already known for its range of rotation of an aircraft engine in the First World War, the most famous being the Bentley BR1 as in later versions of the Sopwith Camel used. After the war, WO Bentley designed and built production cars that have won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1924 and according to the patterns that the success of any first Repeating June 1927, 1928, 1929 and 1930.
Bought by Rolls-Royce in 1931, when production moved from London to Derby and later in Crewe, was the company of the Volkswagen Group in Germany since 1998 in possession. The company is still in Crewe, Cheshire, England, with its main production facilities. Before World War II, W.Ø. Bentley, in collaboration with his brother HM Bentley selling French DFP car was, but he wanted to design and build has always been her own line of cars that bear his name. In August 1919, Bentley Motors Ltd was registered, and a chassis with dummy engine was exhibited 2013 Bentley Coupe at the London Motor Show in October this year.
2013 Bentley Coupe an innovative engine with four valves per cylinder of a former officer in the Royal Flying Corps Clive Gallop was built and put into operation in December, developed, and orders for delivery beginning in June 1920 adopted, but the development has taken longer than estimated, and the first cars were not ready until September 1921. His durability is a big success. Appearances were made in road races and at Brooklands and a single entry in the race Indianapolis 500 1922 miles from Douglas Hawkes traveled at an average speed of over 80 miles per hour ended.
After the acquisition the company has spent millions of Volkswagen GBP500 for the modern factory in Crewe and the ability to increase production. In the spring of 2010, there are about 3,500 work in Crewe, compared to 1,500 in 1998 before being acquired by Volkswagen. It was reported that Volkswagen has a total of nearly $ 2 million invested Bentley and his resurrection.
In 2002, Bentley celebrate Queen Elizabeth II with an official State Limousine her Golden Jubilee. In 2003 two-door Bentley Azure Convertible ceased, the Bentley, and Bentley was a second production line, the Bentley Continental GT, a luxury coupe with a large built in Crewe W12 engine.
The 2013 Bentley Coupe demand was so great that the work was to fulfill any orders Crewe despite an installed capacity of 9,500 vehicles per year, there was a waiting list of more than one year for new vehicles offer. Therefore, a part of the production of the new phase of the flight, a four-door version of the Continental GT, assigned to the factory, where the assembled Volkswagen Phaeton luxury car is. The agreement in late 2006, returning after more than 1000 vehicles, with any production car on the Crewe factory.
In April 2005 confirmed plans Bentley, a four-seater convertible, the Azure was out of the Arnage Drophead Coupe prototype derived early in Crewe in 2006. In the fall of 2005, the convertible version of the successful Continental GT, Continental GTC was also presented. Both models were successfully launched in late 2006 to life.
A limited edition GT Zagato changes were announced in March 2008, called “GTZ”. The Continental Supersports: A new version of the Bentley Continental was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, 2009th The Bentley is a new super sports car that combines extreme power with FlexFuel technology in the environment, capable of gasoline and biofuels.
2013 Bentley Coupe sales continued to rise, and in 2005 to 8.627 3.654 in the world, the United States. In 2007, the threshold has been broken by 10,000 vehicles per year for the first time with sales of 10 014. In 2007 it was announced a record profit of € 155 million. Reported a Bentley sales of approximately 7,600 units in 2008. However, its global sales fell 50 percent to 4.616 vehicles in 2009 and suffered an operating loss of 194 million €, compared to an operating profit of € 10 million 2008th Due to declining sales, the production of Coupe in March and April 2009 was closed.
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Although unit sales by 11% in 2010-5117, the operating loss increased from 26% to € 245 million. In autumn 2010, Coupe workers carried out a series of protests from the proposed mandatory work on Friday and mandatory overtime during the week. Deliveries to customers in 2011 accounted for 37% to 7.003 vehicles, with the new 2013 Bentley Coupe more than one third of total sales. The current workforce is 4,000 employees.