Great Britain's Bentley took a chance in 2003 when it went "downmarket" with the Continental GT, a sporty coupe, and reaped the rewards when the brand's sales quintupled. The coupe and other Continental derivations that followed helped change Bentley's stodgy image. Other models in this line include the Continental GTC, a soft-top convertible, and the Continental Flying Spur, a four-door sedan. All Continental body styles also come in high-performance Speed versions, and the coupe now adds an even more powerful Supersports variant. Higher-priced models include the Mulsanne flagship sedan, which replaces the Arnage, as well as the Brooklands coupe and the Azure convertible.Bentley is headquartered in Crewe, England, where it assembles all of its models.