The Bentley 8 Litre was produced from 1930 to 1932 and was the last of the large Bentley cars. In 1932, a total of 100 cars were produced. The 8 Litre was the most powerful and luxurious Bentley of its time and is still considered a masterpiece of engineering and design.
The 1932 model year saw some minor updates to the 8 Litre, including an increase in compression ratio, which increased horsepower from 220 to 230. The car also featured a new electric fuel pump and a larger radiator. The chassis was improved for better handling and ride comfort.
The 8 Litre was offered with a variety of coachwork options, including limousines, saloons, and tourers. Many of these coachbuilt bodies were created by famous coachbuilders such as Hooper, Gurney Nutting, and Vanden Plas.