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Bentley S3
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The Bentley S3 was a luxury car produced by Bentley from 1962 through 1965.

The S3 looked very similar to the S2. The most-visible difference was a new turn indicator light in the nose rather than on the side, along with a four-headlamp layout that paved the way for the radically new Bentley T1 in 1965. The S3 continued the 6.2 L (6230 cc/380 in³) V8 engine introduced with the S2.

Like previous models, an S3 Continental was built as well, many with coachbuilt bodies by H.J. Mulliner, Park Ward, and Vilhelm Koren.


  • Bentley S3: 1286 (1 drophead coupé by H.J. Mulliner)
  • Bentley S3 long wheelbase: 32 (7 with coachbuilt bodies by James Young)
  • Bentley S3 Continental: 312