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It’s not too much of a stretch to say the Continental GT saved Bentley. Before it arrived, the British carmaker was largely known as Rolls-Royce’s lame little brother, an aging nameplate that was too stuffy to be cool. The Conti—built off the bones of the scorned VW Phaeton—changed all that, yanking the luxury automaker’s reputation into the 21st Century and reestablishing it as a builder of confident, continent-crossing cars.

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It's not too much of a stretch to say the Continental GT saved Bentley. Before it arrived, the British carmaker was largely known as Rolls-Royce's lame little brother, an aging nameplate that was too stuffy to be cool. The Conti—built off the bones of the scorned VW Phaeton—changed all...