Bentley has been voted as Britain's most admired car company, as well as winning an award for the quality of its products, at an awards ceremony organised by Management Today.
Established in 1990, the Britain's Most Admired Companies competition is unique in that the winners are voted by 217 business leaders, including competing companies in each sector.
Bentley was the top car maker in the automotive sector and came 13th in the overall list, based on an extensive study of 250 leading British companies across 25 sectors.
Bentley CEO Adrian Hallmark, who joined the firm in 2018 from Jaguar Land Rover, has turned Bentley around from loss-making last year to £65m profit in the first three quarters of this year.
He said: "Bentley is already the most sought-after luxury car brand in the world, so we are delighted to receive further, independent recognition of our achievements, especially in the company's centenary year."