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How to find my Bentley paint color
Whether you drive a Bentley Mulsanne or a Continental GT, your color code will be located in different places. The code will be on a black and white manufacturers plaque, which can be found by:
- Opening the hood and looking right at the front.
- Checking on the edge of the door on the driver’s side door jamb.
- Looking in the trunk on the spare wheel cover.
If your Bentley GT or Bentley SUV doesn’t have the Bentley paint codes in any of the locations above, it may be missing the VIN tag. If this is the case, our expert advisors on 971-770-2372 and can assist you.
Alternatively, enter your Bentley’s details into our online color finder, and it will show you a list of relevant colors for your model and year. Feel free to email us at CustomerService@ERAPaints.com if you would prefer.
What does the Bentley paint code mean?
Bentley color codes can come in various formats, and you may see them written in several different ways. They are always alphanumeric and contain between two and eight digits.
The code above represents Silver Tempest Metallic. That color may also be referenced by 7P, 9560022, K7S, or LK7S.
On the Bentley manufacturers tag, you can find the color code next to the “Paint No.” heading, usually above the trim number.
More Information on Bentley
Bentley is one of the most famous British car brands globally and was founded by Walter Bentley over a hundred years ago in 1919. Since then, the luxury car manufacturer has gone from strength to strength and was acquired by Volkswagen in 1998.
The Bentley Bentayga is their first mass-produced SUV and can be bought for around $195,000. Not only does it get to 60 mph in four seconds, but it has a top speed of 187 mph. Bentley is the official car of Queen Elizabeth II, and each one is said to be worth around 10 million GBP each. It takes a whopping 136 hours to complete the interior of a Bentley Mulsanne.