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Bentley Arnage T 2005 posters


Bentley Arnage T

In 2001, Bentley launched the Arnage RL, a long-wheelbase limousine model, customised to the desires of the buyer. This was also the first of a new series of Arnages, presenting a challenge to BMW's attempt to revive Rolls-Royce sales. The RL was larger than any contemporary limousine, with wheelbases ranging from 3336 mm (131 in) to 3844 mm (151 in), the latter including a 100 mm (3.9 in) increase in the height of the roof. The suspension had to be retuned for the added weight, yet the car still handled well. Many RL models were ordered with armoured elements, and a full B6 package was also available for £250,000 - £300,000, offering protection from assault weapons and grenades. The RL was powered by an entirely reworked 6.75 L V8 engine, developing 400 hp (298 kW) and 616 ft·lbf (835 N·m). In 2002, Bentley updated the Red Label as the series two Arnage R, contrasting the Arnage T which was developed to be more sporting. Both of these models featured twin Garrett T3 turbochargers, with the Arnage T being the most powerful roadgoing Bentley at its launch, developing 450 hp (340 kW) and 645 lbf ft (875 N·m). The Arnage range was facelifted in 2004, with a front end resembling that of the new Continental GT.

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