Bentley on track to a record year as global deliveries increase 19% in first 9 months of 2014

Article by Christian Andrei, on October 8, 2014

After nine months in to 2014, Bentley’s global deliveries increased by 19 percent to 7,786 cars, which is quite an improvement taking in consideration that in the same period last year, the company delivered 6,516 cars. China, Europe and Middle East are some of the best markets for Bentley by the Americas remain number one market.

According to the official press release, models such as the Continental GT V8 S coupe and convertible as well as the Flying Spur V8 are the new models which drove this international success. In the first nine months of this year, Bentley delivered 2,107 cars in the Americas, while China received 1,959 cars. Germany received 1,155 cars, while in the UK deliveries increased by 5 percent to 1,113 cars.

Meanwhile, Middle East saw a 21% increase to 720 cars. Asia Pacific region received 468 cars, which represents a 49 percent increase, while in Japan, 207 cars were delivered.

"We said at the start of the year that 2014 would be a record breaking year for Bentley and we are firmly on track to deliver on our promise. Certain markets are tough, as other luxury car brands can testify, but with our three model lines delivering a perfect blend of luxury and performance, alongside the international appeal that we have as a brand, it will ensure 2014 will go down as our best ever year." [source: Bentley]

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