Introducing the world debut of the 1939 Bentley Corniche
Bentley is celebrating its centenary in style at this year’s Salon Privé with not one, but two spectacular debuts, both of which will be on display on the South Lawn of Blenheim Palace for the entire 4 days.
The 1939 Bentley Corniche – once thought lost to time but recently completely restored from ruins by Bentley Mulliner – will make its global debut at this year’s Salon Privé. A truly special as well as unique Bentley, it is the missing link in Bentley’s design DNA between the famous Bentley Embiricos of 1935 and the R-Type Continental of 1952 – cars which still inspire the modern day Continental GT.
Like EXP 100 GT, the Corniche will remain on display on the South Lawn from Thursday – Sunday. Purchase your tickets to see these spectacular cars and many more.