New model from Bentley guzzles biofuel, and delivers rocketship performance.
Bentley is promising that it will reveal its fastest, most powerful production car ever at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
Thisis the first picture of the newcomer, which Bentley has also guaranteedwill be the greatest extreme machine the Crewe firm has ever created.
Delivering supercar performance, the still unnamed model will run on biofuel delivering stage one of Bentley's environmental commitment.
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