If there's a single car brand that screams 1 percent, it's probably Bentley. After all, the carmaker only sells to the most discerning buyers, which is probably why the ho-hum fuel efficiency -- just 15 mpg city and 24 mpg highway -- isn't likely to hurt sales one bit.
While the GT is more sedan than sports car, it gets good reviews for its powerful performance. And while you don't see a lot of rich guys drag racing their Bentleys, the car's 500-horsepower 4-liter V-8 engine is capable of propelling it from zero to 60 in just 4.6 seconds.
Inside, the GT is all about luxury design, from the hand-stitched leather seats to a Breitling clock. Bentley also offers five optional specification packages. Some of the features included in the various packages include 21-inch wheels, a knurled sports gear lever, drilled alloy foot pedals, a carbon fiber rear spoiler, a ski hatch and a valet key.