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Bentley offers its own holiday gift guide


Bentley couldn’t conclude its centennial celebration without offering the Bentley Collection for holiday gift-giving. The collection includes gifts for children, items for the home, for entertaining, and even new unisex fragrances from Bentley Beyond.

“All of Bentley’s toys and games aim to inspire the next generation of Bentley enthusiasts,” the company said. 

Ride-on car comes in two colors, each for around $125

“For the grand tourers of the future, the Bentley Ride-On Car is inspired by the Continental GT and comes in a choice of Kingfisher Blue or White. The toy car has a fully functioning steering wheel, horn and a selection of different musical tones, as well as a rear anti-topple feature — for inspiring and interactive play.” Price: £95 ($122.50)

Another toy in the catalog is a three-story wooden garage with turntables, elevator and heliport. Price: £99 ($128).

For entertaining, Nemus 11 Tealights are scented with citrus, bergamot and eucalyptus while Tergus 37 Tealights offer seasonal aromas with “notes of spice, iris wood, saffron, black pepper, frankincense and precious wood.” Price: £55 ($71).

Speaking of scents, “The latest from Bentley Fragrances, Bentley Beyond – The Collection, includes the perfect gifts for both men and women,” the company said. “The niche, unisex fragrances use the highest quality natural materials inspired by W.O. Bentley’s love of travel, with precious ingredients sourced from Java, Acapulco and Goa and blended by the finest French perfumiers.”

Unisex fragrances: For a lot of cents you and your partner can share your scents

Scents include Exotic Musk, Majestic Cashmere and Wild Vetiver in bottles of leather caps on cut-crystal glass designed with styling cues from the headlamps of the Continental GT. Price: £180 ($232).

A new series of Graf von Faber-Castell pens celebrate the Bentley Centenary year. Price: £295 ($380.50).

To view the full lineup, visit the Bentley website.

Larry Edsall
Larry Edsall
A former daily newspaper sports editor, Larry Edsall spent a dozen years as an editor at AutoWeek magazine before making the transition to writing for the web and becoming the author of more than 15 automotive books. In addition to being founding editor at ClassicCars.com, Larry has written for The New York Times and The Detroit News and was an adjunct honors professor at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.


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