The Bentley Continental GT is now available in a tight S-shape, which brings an extra touch of agility and a bespoke design package.
Based on the Bentley Continental GT V8, it is available in coupe and convertible versions, joining the standard Mulliner, Speed, Azure and Continental GT to bring the number of variants on sale to five.
As with the similarly designed Bentley Bentayga S launched last year, Crewe’s new luxury coupe variant is available exclusively with the company’s 542bhp 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8, speeding the sprint time from 0 to 62 mph in 4.0 seconds and peaking at 198 mph.
This engine, chosen for the lightness it offers compared to the top-of-the-range V12, now breathes through a new sports exhaust system designed to “amplify the cross rhythm of the V8”.
And, in line with the Model S’s dynamic billing, it’s equipped with a 48V electric anti-roll control system capable of generating up to 959 lb-ft of torque in as little as 0.3 seconds.
Bentley says this system, which uses motors inside the anti-roll bars to compensate for lateral movement when cornering, can also improve ride comfort when cruising by disconnecting the left and right wheels from one another. the other.
Like its Bentayga sibling, the new Continental variant stands out from the more luxurious models in the range with its black grille, wheels, exterior trim, exhaust tips and exterior mirrors. The lights at both ends have tinted lenses, while the brake calipers stand out with bright red paint.
Inside, meanwhile, the S’s sporting intent is underscored by its Dinamica-trimmed steering wheel, seats and gearshift, while the instrument cluster features the same car-themed graphics. performance than the top-level, W12-powered Bentley Continental GT Speed.
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This notice was published: 2022-06-06 11:31:23