The Bentayga SUV performed best, customers were extremely interested in the work of the Mulliner division.

British Bentley closed last year with 13,650 vehicles sold – that’s 11% less than the previous year’s 15,174 units. The largest declines were in the UK market and China, including Hong Kong and Macau, down 18% each. Europe saw a 15 percent drop, while North and South America saw 5 percent fewer cars sold. The Asia-Pacific region recorded an increase of five percent, the Middle East, India and Africa grew by two percent.

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The best-selling model was the Bentayga SUV with a 44 percent share, with the newly launched extended-wheelbase version accounting for a third of all units. The Continental GT and GT Convertible remain popular with 31% of all delivered examples, followed by the Flying Spur with 25%. Three-quarters of customers were not satisfied with the standard offer and had their car spruced up by the Mulliner division – this represents an increase of 43% compared to 2022.

Trh Sales 2023 Sales 2022 Share of total sales 2023
America 3 848 (-9%) 4 221 28%
Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau 3 006 (-18%) 3 655 22%
Europe 2 376 (-15%) 2 809 18%
Asia Pacific 2 123 (+5%) 2 031 16%
United Kingdom 1 218 (-18%) 1 490 9%
Middle East, India and Africa 989 (+2%) 968 7%
In total 13 560 (-11%) 15 174 100%

Note: Percentages in parentheses for 2023 sales represent change from previous 2022.