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Bentley Motors Limited is a UK manufacturer and distributor of luxury cars and SUVs and a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG since 1998.

Headquartered in Crewe, England, the company was founded in 1919 by Wo Bentley in cricklewood, North London, under the name of Bentley Motors Limited and is known for winning the 24-hour endurance races in 1924, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930 and 2003 in Le Mans.

Outstanding models come from the long history of racing sports Bentley 4.5 Type and Bentley Speed Six; the recent Bentley R type Continental, Bentley Turbo R and Bentley Arnage; to date, the model lines sold in the world, including continental gallop, Continental GT, Bingley Ventaga and musan, by November 2012, China has become its largest market.

Today, most of the Bentley cars are assembled at the company's Crewe plant, a small number at Volkswagen's Dresden plant, Continental cars made at tswicko and bennetga cars made at Bratislava.

The merger and final separation of Bentley and Rolls Royce is a series of mergers and acquisitions, which began with the acquisition of Bentley by Rolls Royce in 1931, and then became the receiver. In 1971, Rolls Royce itself was forced to take over, and the British government nationalized the company, dividing the aerospace sector (Rolls Royce PLC) and the automotive sector (Rolls Royce Motors Limited), which retained the Bentley sector. Rolls Royce was then sold to engineering group Vickers, who sold Rolls Royce to Volkswagen in 1998.

Both Rolls Royce and Rolls Royce retain intellectual property rights in the Rolls Royce car name and company logo, while aerospace company Rolls Royce retains intellectual property rights in the company, which continues to license the automotive sector. Therefore, the sale of "Rolls Royce" products to Volkswagen includes Bentley's name and logo, vehicle design, model nameplate, production and management facilities, ecstasy and Rolls Royce's grille shaped trademark (later sold by Volkswagen to BMW), but not the right of Rolls Royce's car name or logo. Aerospace Company Rolls Royce eventually sold both to BMW.