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Bentley Motors Ltd.

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Bentley Motors Ltd.

Bentley Motors can look back on a rich history but also has a clear road map for the future: Bentley aims to become a completely climate-neutral brand for luxury vehicles by 2030. The British company, based in Crewe, United Kingdom, has been part of Volkswagen AG since 1998 and part of the Audi Group since January 2022.


Bentley reports strong first quarter following best ever performance in 2022

Bentley Motors today reported record first quarter financial results, and it’s second best-ever quarter in history. The luxury British marque began 2023 with operating profits of €216 million, an increase of 27 per cent on the same period last year. Overall revenue rose to €882 million, up 9 per cent from €813 million.

Best ever financial results in 2022 – 82 per cent growth in profit from a four per cent volume increase

Strong product portfolio, shift in personalisation revenues, value over volume strategy and realisation of recent restructuring successes driving high performance.

Bentley breaks ground on new Launch Quality Centre and Engineering Technical Centre

Bentley Motors has taken the next step on its journey to become the world’s most sustainable luxury automotive manufacturer with a ground breaking ceremony for its new Launch Quality Centre and Engineering Technical Centre. The new facility at Bentley’s headquarters in Crewe, England, will be integral to the brand’s preparations for future Battery-Powered Electric Vehicle (BEV) production and to set a new benchmark in next generation, digital, flexible and high-value manufacturing operations.

Bentley delivers more cars than ever in 2022

Bentley Motors today announced total sales of 15,174 in 2022, an increase of 4 per cent over the previous record year (14,659) in 2021 and the first time Bentley has reached over 15,000 cars. This significant achievement was driven by new model introductions and increasing demand for Mulliner personalisation and Bentley’s new hybridised models, introduced under Bentley’s Beyond100 strategic path to full electrification by 2030.

Bentley reports highest ever third quarter results

Bentley Motors today announced record operating profits for the first nine months of 2022, despite continuing challenges and uncertainty in the global economy. The British luxury car manufacturer saw profits more than double to €575 million, an increase of 109 per cent compared to the same nine-month period last year. The previous best full year total for the Crewe-based luxury marque was €389 million. An encouraging 23.1 per cent return on sales was the highest in Bentley’s 103-year history.

Bentley announces record financial results for first half of 2022

Bentley Motors today announced encouraging financial results for the first six months of 2022, despite continued global economic uncertainty. While the outlook for the second half of the year remains challenging, the luxury British marque posted operating profits of €398 million, up 124 per cent on the same period last year. The half-yearly figures compare favourably to €389 million for the whole of 2021, the company’s previous record year.

Bentley follows record sales year with best-ever first quarter

Bentley Motors today announced record financial results for the first quarter of 2022. The encouraging figures reveal an unparalleled performance by the luxury British marque across the first three months of a year, with operating profits up 162 per cent to €170 million, mirroring the company’s second highest full-year profit figure ever.

Bentley posts record financial performance in 2021

Bentley Motors today announced the luxury marque’s financial results for 2021, complementing the company’s record sales performance during the same 12-month period. Operating profits rose to €389 million, which was €369 million more than in 2020.
Bentley stands for customized luxury, perfect craftsmanship, and powerful performance. Since 1919, the brand has been manufacturing unmistakable street icons in Great Britain. In addition to Ducati and Lamborghini, Bentley Motors is part of Audi AG’s premium brand group. Audi took over the steering function for Bentley on March 1, 2021.
With a clear road map, Bentley aims to become the market leader in sustainable luxury mobility. An investment in the billions and five electric models in five years make the luxury car manufacturer fit for the future.
In January 2022, Bentley was named one of the best employers by the Top Employers Institute for the eleventh consecutive year – the only representative from the automotive industry in England. Among other things, the award honors the company’s commitment to young employees, the personal development of its employees, and diversity.
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