Bentley sold a record 15,174 cars in 2022, a 4 per cent growth on previous record year in 2021.
Bentayga SUV remained Bentleys bestselling model, the SUV took 42 per cent share of the total sales.
Americas remains number one market (4,221) followed by Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Macau (3,655).
British luxury marque Bentley Motors today announced a total sales of 15,174 cars in 2022, which is an increase of 4 per cent over the previous record sales of 14,659 in 2021.
For the first time, Bentley retails above 15,000 cars in a year, thanks to new model introductions and increasing demand for Mulliner personalisation and Bentley’s new hybridised models.
Bentayga accounted for 42 per cent of total sales to remain Bentley’s number one model while the Continental GT and GT Convertible accounted for nearly 30 per cent third of sales.
The new performance-orientated GT Speed took a 31 per cent high of the model mix while the Flying Spur, the world’s finest luxury four-door grand tourer reached 28 per cent of total sales.
The Americas maintained its position as the biggest selling global market (4,221) followed closely by Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Macau, where 3,655 vehicles was sold.
Europe got 2,809 cars, Asia Pacific 2,031 units, home country, the United Kingdom, got 1,490 while Middle East, Africa and India got 968 vehicles.
Commenting on the global sales results, Adrian Hallmark, Chairman and CEO of Bentley Motors, said:
“In what was another year of unpredictability, the business overcame significant headwinds and demonstrated great resilience to deliver the third consecutive record sales year. This underlines our brand strength, operational excellence and strong global demand by market and model.
“The reaction to the market introduction of our hybrid models, Flying Spur joining Bentayga last year, demonstrate the path the luxury sector is heading, and we are positioned firmly at the forefront. These numbers are validation that we not only lead the sector in sales and market share, but also investment in electric technologies and commitment to being net carbon neutral in 2030.”