How Bentley Mulliner Bridges the Past and Future of Automotive Design

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By Tobias Carroll When visiting the collection of buildings that comprise luxury automaker Bentley’s headquarters in the English town of Crewe, there are plenty of things that might catch your eye. There are the massive buildings in which the bulk of Bentley’s vehicles are made, for one thing; there are also green walls and solar panels located throughout the campus, and examples of the company’s automotive history situated between buildings in transparent boxes. It’s in a modestly-sized building off to one side where some of the company’s most interesting work is taking place. This is the bui…

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