Bentley and Rolls-Royce had a working relation in the past. In the decade before World War II, the Bentley line became, in effect, the hot-rod Rolls-Royce. The Bentley chassis of that era started off life in the late '20s as a smaller Rolls that was originally conceived as a car for the up-and-coming executive. Aborting this concept
as The Depression deepened, Bentley installed a slightly hopped-up 3.5-liter R-R engine and had more "sporting" body work installed. In this guise, it was quite successful and it quickly acquired the quasi-official title of "The Silent Sports Car."
"The Arnage's lines each have engines with 450 horsepower or more, so you can tell your driver to "let it rip" or "drop the hammer," or you can instruct him to sit in the passenger's seat and have the fun yourself."
Does wearing a seat belt bother you? The US National Highway Safety Administration reports that 3 out of every 5 people killed in vehicle accidents in the US would have survived their injuries had they been strapped in. Some drivers make the argument that strapping a seat belt on will
prevent you from getting out of a damaged car. This happens but the opposite happens much more often in that the seat belt prevents one from flying out of a car or truck when a car crash is actually happening. Also the seat belt
distributes that force to the some of the strongest parts of the human anatomy – the chest and pelvis. Crash survivors will often have seatbelt-induced burns and bruises in these areas. Seat belts save lives. Buckle up!