Bentley will not sell models built in Germany in the United Kingdom or the United States, says Marketing Director Adrian Hallmark.
Research shows that customers in the United Kingdom and United States would not accept a Bentley built outside England, Hallmark says.
For buyers in Germany, Switzerland, Austria and the Netherlands the idea is "not so negative," Hallmark says.
Bentley may shift some production of its new Continental Flying Spur sedan to parent Volkswagen's underused assembly plant in Dresden, Germany, to counter a production bottleneck at its factory in Crewe, England.
The Flying Spur will debut in the United States in September.
To meet initial demand for the Flying Spur, some cars may be assembled from kits in the Dresden factory, which builds the slow-selling VW Phaeton sedan.
Workers in Dresden would handle about one-third of the 170 hours required to make each car.
Crewe workers would need more time because they would handle time-consuming tasks such as engine building and wood and leather work.
Hallmark said VW will decide within the next few months whether to build "a couple hundred cars a year" in Dresden.