2537 Bentley Arnage T 41 Bentley Arnage T-24 Mulliner (2003-2004) 2002 Bentley Arnage T, Chassis-No. #2CX08744. The Bentley Arnage was registered in Germany, where certain unlimited stretches of highway permit to make full use of the twin-turbo engine's power. The turbocharger boost was supplied by two Garrett T3 now. Most notable among the advantages of twin turbochargers were more power and reduced response time. Close-coupled catalytic converters heated up to their operating temperatures more quickly and thus cutting emissions was achieved, the new engine was fully compliant with existing and foreseeable global emissions legislation to 2004. By switching over to engine management via Bosch Motronic ME7.1.1 that problem area became inexistent. The new Bentley Arnage T almost entirely employed electronic from Bosch. Neither changes as regards the well-proven GM 4L80-E 4-speed automatic gearbox nor as regards the ventilated disc brakes all round – though that can only be stated for cars built up to September 2006. A new back axle had twice the torque handling capability and compared to the previous the added bonus of being slightly lighter. However, any reduction of weight of that component didn’t mean much considering the car’s overall weight of 2.585 kg. The body structure was stiffened by adding a brace inside the wheel arches, including a bow in the roof and reinforcing the front bulkhead. Notable were thicker sills, too. The Bentley Arnage T achieved a top speed of 168 mph (270 km/h) and accelerated in 5.5 seconds from 0-60mph; figures that previously had been clearly beyond the borderline. The adoption of a Bosch ESP 5.7. stability system enhanced handling, providing the driver with a set of the art electronic stability program. Subtle outward changes (e.g. new front bumper with lower air dam) were complemented by the re-designed interior. The seats distinctive looks were achieved by a combination of a diamond pattern using perforated hide and contrasting stitching plus an embroidered Bentley motif. Engine-turned aluminum for both the instrument surround and the waist rails in the doors clearly set a sportive note. On top of the dashboard, a pop-up screen displayed information from a DVD-based satellite navigation system and Kevlar covered picnic tables were indications that the age of a club-like interior had gone. Nothing was lost though for clients with a more conservative taste. They were offered to get a Bentley Arnage T tailored via "Personal Commissioning". Technical Data: Light alloy 8-cylinder-engine with 90 degree V-configuration, bore x stroke 104.16 x 99.06 mm (4.1 x 3.9 in), capacity 6,750 cc; Bosch Motronic ME7.1.1 digital engine control, two turbochargers, intercooler, 456hp/336KW at 4,100rpm, max torque 875NM at 3,250 rpm (from model year 2007 500bhp, max. torque 1,000NM); GM 4L80-E 4-speed automatic gearbox (from model year 2007 ZF-6-speed automatic gearbox); independent suspension front and rear, Bosch ESP5.7 electronic stability program; ventilated disc brakes (front 348mm, rear 345mm), anti locking device; wheelbase 3,116mm (122.7in), track front 1,602mm, rear 1,602mm; tyre size 255/50R18 102Y, optional 255/45R19 104Y (from model year 2007 tyre pressure monitoring); max. speed 168mph -270km/h- (from model year 2007 max speed 179mph -288km/h-)
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