We caught up with this Bentley Arnage on Madison Avenue, exactly where it belongs. For over ten years this handcrafted vessel has served as the Bentley flagship. For a moment it was the most powerful and fastest saloon in the market. But the era of the Arnage is coming to an end as the last 150 units, dubbed the “Final Series” are exiting the Bentley factory in Crewe, England. The old school Arnage also holds the torch as the last model of the pre-VW ownership, harking back to the days when Bentleys were torque gushing tanks outfitted with acres of leather and plush carpet. With much anticipation the Arnage will soon be replaced by the new Grand Bentley, as we currently know it. Not much has leaked except a few teaser shots but the buzz is certainly building. This new Bentley is set to debut at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance this summer.