Chicago… The popular weekly automotive television programme MotorWeek produced by Maryland Public Television, today announced it had awarded the Bentley Continental GT the award for ‘Dream Machine 2004’.

This award is yet another recognition of the Continental GT’s appeal, and its powerful impact on one of North America’s most influential automotive reviewers.

MotorWeek is broadcast nationwide in North America on the public television affiliate stations, as well as the cable TV network ‘Speed TV’, which reaches millions of viewers each week in Bentley’s largest global market.

Each year MotorWeek awards accolades to a variety of cars, trucks and multi purpose vehicles. In awarding its ‘Dream Machine’ award, MotorWeek says this category was dominated this year by a car which the judging panel said not only fulfilled its primary purpose, but was also an outstanding automobile in all of the key dynamic areas such as performance, ride, handling, comfort, luxury and exclusivity.

Presenting the award to the CEO of Bentley Motors, Inc. Alasdair Stewart, the Executive Producer of MotorWeek, John Davis, said: "The Continental GT was outstanding in every area, and in the opinion of the judges may be the best Bentley ever."

This significant award follows the title of ‘Car of The Year’ bestowed on the Continental GT by America’s leading lifestyle consumer magazine The Robb Report.


Published : 07/02/04 Author : Melanie Carter

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