There's nothing more British than a Bentley, right? Well, those days are over.
The luxury automaker has delivered nearly 50 German-built Continental Flying Spur sedans to customers - the first time Bentley has built cars outside of England since it was founded in 1919.
Bentley is using parent Volkswagen group's Dresden factory in eastern Germany for overflow. Its main factory in Crewe, England, is working at capacity because of high demand for the Continental GT coupe, the sister model to the Flying Spur.
Bentley ships engines and interiors for left-hand-drive Flying Spurs from Crewe to Dresden for