The Bentley 4½ Litre is a sports car of the British car manufacturer Bentley. This car was produced to replace the Bentley 3 Litre, but under the slogan "There's no replacement for displacement". This motto was coined by Walter Owen Bentley took a physical change is more important than an optical change.
When the car went into production in 1927 tried brands such as Bentley, Bugatti and Lorraine-Dietrich to tune their cars at races like the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Profit in this race increased the reputation of a brand dramatically. In 1928 the 4½ Litre won this race. In addition to these gains in the car a speed record at the circuit of Brooklands. The car achieved a top speed of 222.03 km / h here.
In total 720 models of 4½ Litre were produced, including 55 supercharged. These were often called Bentley Blower.
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