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Exterior (36)

Alpine Green

Antique Gold


Barnato Green

Beluga Black

Black Sapphire

Black Velvet

Brewster Green



Cypress Metallic

Dark Sapphire Metallic

Diamond Black

Fountain Blue


Gray Violet



Midnight Emerald Metallic

Moonbeam Metallic



Oxford Blue


Royal Ebony

Silver Lake Metallic

Silver Storm

Silver Tempest Metallic

St. James Red Metallic

Storm Gray


Titan Gray



Venusian Gray


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Interior (25)





Burnt Oak




Cumbrian Green


French Navy

Imperial Blue



Newmarket Tan










Windsor Blue

2009 Bentley Brooklands


  • Front headrests: integrated
  • Front headrests: adjustable
  • Air filtration
  • Front air conditioning zones: dual
  • Number of rear headrests: 2
  • Floor Mats: front and rear
  • Door trim: leather and wood
  • Steering wheel trim: leather
  • Number of front headrests: 2
  • Center console trim: alloy, leather and wood
  • Dash trim: leather and wood
  • Shift knob trim: alloy and leather
  • Front air conditioning: automatic climate control
  • Floor Mat Material: carpet


  • Storage: door pockets — front
  • Power steering
  • Includes steering wheel
  • Includes exterior mirrors
  • Rear power outlet: 12V
  • Cruise control
  • Steering wheel: tilt-adjustable
  • Steering wheel: power tilt and telescopic
  • Storage: front seatback
  • Cupholders: front and rear
  • Parking sensors: front and rear
  • Multi-function remote
  • Steering wheel mounted controls: cruise controls
  • Center console: front console with storage

Drivetrain Suspension

  • Active
  • Front Suspension Classification: independent
  • Traction control
  • Stability control
  • Rear brakes: ventilated disc
  • ABS: 4-wheel
  • Front brakes: ventilated disc
  • Electronic brakeforce distribution
  • Front brake diameter: 13.7
  • Stabilizer bar(s): front and rear
  • Braking assist
  • Rear Suspension type: double wishbones
  • Leveling: self leveling suspension
  • Front Suspension Type: double wishbones
  • Rear brake diameter: 13.6
  • Rear Suspension Classification: independent
  • Front Spring Type: coil springs
  • Rear Spring Type: coil springs

Entertainment Telematics

  • Warnings and reminders: low fuel level
  • Compass
  • Tachometer
  • Radio: AM/FM
  • Navigation system: DVD navigation system
  • Phone wireless data link: Bluetooth
  • Phone: pre-wired for phone
  • In-Dash CD: 6 disc
  • Clock
  • Trip computer


  • Exterior mirrors: reverse gear tilt
  • Anti-theft alarm system: with engine immobilizer
  • Interior motion sensor
  • Impact sensor: post-collision safety system
  • Energy absorbing steering column
  • Exterior mirrors: auto-dimming
  • Inside rearview mirror: auto-dimming
  • Exterior mirrors: power folding
  • Anti-tow sensor
  • 2-stage unlocking
  • Impact sensor: door unlock
  • Side airbags: front and rear
  • Perimeter alarm
  • Power door locks: remote
  • Impact sensor: fuel cut-off
  • Exterior mirrors: power
  • Front airbags: dual


  • Massaging
  • Heated: multi-level heating
  • Seatbelt pretensioners: front
  • Front seat type: sport
  • Upholstery: premium leather
  • Type: bucket
  • Center armrest: folding
  • Lumbar Support: power adjustments
  • Adjustable lumbar support: power

2010 Bentley Brooklands Overview

Regal and imposing, the 2010 Bentley Brooklands deserves a place in automotive history as one of the greatest luxury coupes ever built. In a time when technology has changed how we design and build cars, it’s nice to know that the folks at Bentley Motors are dedicated to preserving the lost art of custom coach building.

Only 550 Bentley Brooklands coupes will be made, each one custom crafted to order. All will share the same layout and powertrain, but beyond that, each can be considered unique. Paint colors, leather hues and interior finishes can be individually selected from Bentley’s extensive portfolio. Owners desiring the ultimate in exclusivity can even provide their own samples and swatches, which the artisans at Bentley will transform into one-of-a-kind paint and trim details.

Even though it seats only four passengers, the 2010 Brooklands checks in at a scale-straining three tons. Despite its huge size, the Brooklands is well-proportioned and certainly makes an impression at the valet stand. The body panels, exquisitely formed and laser straight, are finished with some of the most lustrous paint ever seen on a production automobile.

Under the 2010 Brooklands’ massive hood lurks Bentley’s famed 6.75-liter V8 engine. Despite its ancient design (it was first introduced in 1959), the «six-and-three-quarter liter» V8 is still able to meet stringent European emissions standards while at the same time producing ungodly amounts of power and torque. Though it revs to only 4,600 rpm, the Brooklands’ V8 makes 530 hp and a stupefying 774 lb-ft of torque. This incredible output is made possible by two huge intercooled turbochargers and a sophisticated engine management system. Power flows to the rear wheels via a 6-speed automatic gearbox, heavily reinforced to cope with the stress of all that torque.

Though the Brooklands’ acceleration is quite impressive, the coupe’s extraordinary heft makes for handling that is slightly ponderous. While pitch and roll are held reasonably in check, the Brooklands simply can’t cope with quick changes of direction. The upside of the Bentley’s road-hugging weight is a superbly composed ride, even with the low-profile 20-inch tires. The optional carbon-ceramic brakes, though very expensive, do a magnificent job of stopping this behemoth and are nearly impervious to fade.

Inside the Brooklands, occupants are treated to finishes that dazzle the senses. The specially selected leather hides are amazingly supple and fragrant, while the polished, box-matched wood trim looks as if it belongs in the drawing room at Windsor Castle. The coupe’s ergonomics are far from perfect, and the relative lack of features might surprise some buyers, but the old-world craftsmanship on display isn’t likely to be seen again for some time.

Some might regard the 2010 Brooklands as an anachronism, a relic of stuffy old British tradition. Others might view it as a vulgar, ostentatious symbol of wealth and conspicuous consumption. Yet motoring enthusiasts who value tradition should applaud the fact that our modern world can still produce a timeless classic.

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