It’s not many turbo powered supercars that make it to a whole decade in production. But until the assembly line on it ceased in 2009, Bentley managed just that when they first bought out the Arnage model in 1998, which at the time was the marque’s first brand new design since 1980.
Whilst that may seem a comparatively slow turnover compared to other manufacturers - who are unveiling new models on a yearly basis - Bentley have always been about quality rather than quantity, which you’ll see when you book a driving experience day in an Arnage.
Strong, sturdy and long, its design and engineering oozes class and sophistication on a level few others can come close to matching, with luxurious, comfortable interiors, and, given its sizeable weight, is powered on a robust 4.4 litre twin turbocharged V8 engine, powering out 349 bhp.
Speed wise, it moves faster than you would expect for a car of this size: a thrilling top speed of 165 mph, and the capability to move from 0 - 60 mph in 6 seconds.