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Bentley Sales Data, Analysis & Trends

The most complete vehicle sales data for the Bentley automotive brand. Brand and model level sales data in important global markets. Includes in-depth tables, charts and analysis on historical and recent sales data.

Bentley Brand Sales Data & Reports In Key Markets

Here we have market level reports showing total Bentley brand sales in key global automotive markets. The company was founded in 1919 by Walter Owen Bentley and has a long history of creating luxury cars that combine exquisite craftsmanship, performance, and refinement. Bentley vehicles are characterized by their opulence, elegance, and attention to detail. The brand's models typically feature sleek and timeless designs, with distinctive elements like the iconic Bentley grille, prominent fenders, and luxurious interiors. Bentley offers a range of vehicles, including sedans, coupes, convertibles, and SUVs. The current Bentley lineup includes models such as the Bentley Flying Spur (luxury sedan), Bentley Continental GT (grand touring coupe/convertible), and Bentley Bentayga (luxury SUV). Bentley also offers unique limited-edition models and special collections, adding to the brand's allure. In recent years, Bentley has also shown a commitment to sustainability and electric mobility. The company has introduced the Bentley Bentayga Hybrid, its first plug-in hybrid model, and has announced plans to offer hybrid or electric versions of all its models by 2026, transitioning to a fully electric lineup by 2030.

Bentley Model Sales Data, Analysis & Reports

In 2022, the carmaker reported a sale of 14,659 vehicles, a number that represents a massive 31% jump over the previous record (achieved in 2020). Bentley is responsible for some of the most expensive cars in the world. Its entry-level SUV, the Bentayga, starts at about $180,000 (without options), and its exclusive “coachbuilt” models such as the Mulliner Bacalar can reach up to $2 million. Electrification is a big deal in the automotive industry right now and Bentley is in the thick of it with strategic plans to field plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles by 2026 and fully electric models by 2030. It's safe to assume then that Bentley's model lineup in the near future will look vastly different to what it is now.

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