'The Bentley Brooklands' book from classicdriver.com
When the Bentley Brooklands was unveiled at the Geneva Salon of 2007, it was the biggest two-door coupé in the world – and far more besides. Despite its immense speed and modern, rakish looks, the Brooklands was handmade, reviving coachbuilding skills from long ago. Above all, it was, and is, a driver’s car – powerful, superb in its handling, highly sophisticated – yet kept purposely ‘raw’ in vital ways, making it genuinely thrilling to drive. Through interviews with the designers and engineers, this book describes the development of a world-beating car and then takes it on an evocative journey through France, in a glorious celebration of grand touring, the Bentley way.
The book is in stock in the UK and is available in two editions:
‘Standard' – bound in burgundy cloth, with a velvet-lined burgundy cloth slip-case and foil blocking on front and spine: £125.00 + P&P.
‘Special' – published in strictly limited numbers and bound in burgundy (to match the featured car's interior) Pasubio leather, with a velvet-lined, burgundy Pasubio leather-covered slip-case and foil blocking on front and spine: £295.00 + P&P.
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