Not only that, it is planned to triple the size of the series almost 100 years ago.
During the 1920s, Sir Tim Birkin produced four copies of this fascinating Bentley. One of these will serve as a template for creating new specimens.
Yes, Bentley 4½-litre Blower is back in production. The series is now triple the size and the production process is in the hands of Mulliner.
According to initial estimates, the production of a dozen of these classics will take a full two years. Logically, the price has not been announced publicly, but it will certainly be high.
And the manufacturing process is such that one original copy will be disassembled to the last detail, and then all parts will be scanned to produce a 3D model.
Interestingly, modern technology will stop at the stage of the workshop documentation, and then everything will be done manually, with tools and techniques like a hundred years ago.
However, cars will also have some minor modifications for safety. Crucially, the 4.4-liter V8 engine will deliver 240 hp at 4,200 rpm.