The Bentley name is synonymous with luxury, style, class and performance. Since 1919, Bentley has earned a reputation for its high quality and remarkable performance for its automobiles. ShopPMLIT offers an outstanding selection of lighting accessories and parts for Bentley that is designed to either replace or augment the factory-installed light bulbs on the vehicle.
There are three major light systems that we offer for all vehicles, the CCFL, Plasma and LED. At ShopPMLIT, we strive to provide the best in each light system at low, affordable prices. Each of these systems offers particular advantages for our customers. The CCFL fluorescent lights are inexpensive and crafted on proven technology. Plasma lights are new, brilliant and come in different types of color to help match your vehicle.
Bentley Lighting Accessories and Parts also come with distinctive advantages as well. Bentley custom modification of HALOs rings for headlights for example are clear, bright and illuminate the road while causing far less glare for oncoming drivers. LEDs also use but a fraction of the energy required by traditional incandescent lights. However, the most important aspect is that LED bulbs are shock resistant and highly durable, lasting up to 100,000 continuous hours or longer under normal conditions. ShopPMLIT offers HALOs, angel-eyes or Day time Running Lights (DRL) for Bentley vehicles as well. Daytime running lights are on when the vehicle is in operation, meaning that you can be seen by pedestrians and oncoming traffic sooner which may avoid accidents. We also offer “Error-Free” lights for all European vehicles. Error-Free lights mean that the LEDs register correctly as to being in working order, something that would not occur with LEDs designed for vehicles built outside of Europe.
In addition, we also offer Underbelly Lights or “Puddle Lights”. These lights will illuminate when you step out of the vehicle, allowing for greater overall safety. We also offer “Ghost Shadow” lights which can provide a powerful impression when leaving your Bentley vehicle. Our goal at ShopPMLIT is to offer the best Bentley Lighting Accessories and Parts on the market today. You can find out all about our light bulbs by reading our many FAQ pages which provide valuable information. In addition, if you have a specific question, we encourage you to contact us through our website via email or customer service phone line. At ShopPMLIT, we have all the lighting accessories and parts you need for your Bentley.
One of the most celebrated names in British automotives, Bentley has become synonymous with luxury, style and performance. Founded in 1919, Bentley Motors Limited is a direct successor of Rolls-Royce Motors, which purchased Bentley in 1931. Today, Bentley automobiles are sold around the world with China currently being the largest individual market.
Few names evoke luxury automobiles more than Bentley. Since the company was first founded in 1919, Bentley has stood for upscale, high quality automotives with a unique combination of artistry, luxury and sport car performance. Walter Owen Bentley founded the company on the ideal of creating unique automobiles and his first model was released in 1921, the 3 Litre. This particular vehicle would go on to with the 24 Hours of Le Mans race. However, the stock market crash of 1929 put Bentley in dire straits and the company was sold two years later to Rolls-Royce. In 1933, the 3 Litre was released and the company continued to improve on its vehicles until World War 2. After the war, Bentley Motors was moved to Crewe, Cheshire where future models would carry more attributes of Rolls-Royce.
Although Bentley struggled during the 1960s and 1970s, the 1980s saw the company enjoy a rebound after Vickers, an English engineering firm became more involved. The first vehicle under their guidance was the Bentley Mulsanne, a four door luxury sedan that boasted a 6.75L V8 engine that provide plenty of power.?? The Mulsanne Turbo was introduced in 1982 and featured an engine that was 50% more powerful than the original. By 1984, the Bentley Eight was introduced, an entry-level luxury vehicle that was essentially the Mulsanne with a few refinements and sold at a lower price. Over the years, the Bentley Eight would add more features, including antilock brakes and leather seats. In 1985, the Turbo R was introduced and featured the same powerful engine as the Mulsanne Turbo.
The 1990s saw the arrival of the Continental R, a large luxury coupe that boasted a 6.75L Rolls-Royce V8 engines. In addition, the Continental R exterior was more a throwback to the traditional Bentley models of the past. The Bentley Brooklands was introduced as a replacement for the Mulsanne, and featured a 6.75L V8 that was not turbocharged. The turn of the 21st century saw BMW supply Bentley with engines while Volkswagen actually purchased the brand outright. By 2003, Volkswagen owned Rolls-Royce and the Bentley name as well. Under the Bentley name, popular luxury vehicles such as the Arnage, Azure, Continental GTC and the Flying Spur were released. Even to this day, Bentley automobiles represent the epitome of style, class, luxury and performance.