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CarsOpinion: Bentley is making all the right noises

10:55  12 april  2019
10:55  12 april  2019 Source:   autocar.co.uk

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12 animals named after the noises they make Onomatopoeia is responsible for a lot more words than you might think.

These latest revelations show that Bentley is preparing to think even more radically in terms of how its model range evolves, and that it All the Right Noises is a 1971 British drama film directed by Gerry O'Hara. It is set in London and stars Tom Bell, Olivia Hussey, Judy Carne and John Standing.

These latest revelations show that Bentley is preparing to think even more radically in terms of how its model range evolves, and that it understands the model range Bentley is facing new challenges and challengers, including the likes of Aston Martin’s electric Lagonda luxury brand, and understands that

Opinion: Bentley is making all the right noises © Autocar Opinion: Bentley is making all the right noises

It’s now just over a year since Adrian Hallmark was appointed boss of Bentley, tasked with guiding this now 100-year-old car maker through the most uncertain of times in the industry.

When we met him in the middle of 2018, he was particularly bullish on two things that would define the company’s next steps: there would be no Bentley sports car, thus axing the previous management’s flagship future project, and that an electrified revolution was coming to the firm, and fast.

These latest revelations show that Bentley is preparing to think even more radically in terms of how its model range evolves, and that it understands the model range it offers now may not be relevant in the future.

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Opinion: Bentley is making all the right noises

Bentley is facing new challenges and challengers, including the likes of Aston Martin’s electric Lagonda luxury brand, and understands that the status quo is likely to change.

Adding better cadence to model launches is a good place for the company to start as a bridge to this radical new generation of cars, which we’ll get to hear the first details of at a centenary celebration event this summer.

What better way to celebrate the past than to look so vividly to the future?

12 animals named after the noises they make.
12 animals named after the noises they make If you were asked to name an onomatopoeic word, then you’d probably come up with something like boom, boing, whizz, smash, or tick-tock. 1. AI As well as being a contender for the world’s shortest animal name, ai (which should be pronounced “ah-ee") is another name for a three-toed sloth, especially the pale-throated sloth, found in the far northeast corner of South America. Although sloths are generally fairly docile, the name ai is apparently meant to resemble the high-pitched cry they can make when they’re agitated or alarmed. 2.

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