The 2018 Bentley Continental GT Speed come with the new sporting steering wheel, the driver deliberately taking control of Bentley’s ultimate two-door coupe. The twin-turbo engine produces an inspiring 642 PS and 840 N.m of torque more, thanks to the variable power steering, which provides increased economy and reduced emissions, the station exact abide by the most demanding corner.
The only comparable with such unlimited power can be found beautiful refinement in redesigned cabin Speed’s it proposes a more dynamic look at the upholstery, with a smaller, tighter diamond pattern on the skin. If you love far and fast to drive, but calls for travel in absolute luxury, the Continental GT Speed wait.
2018 Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible
Take in more of each spectacular journey of the redesigned cockpit of the new Continental GT Speed Convertible – the ultimate expression of the open-top Grand tourer.Speed embedded in the history Bentley’s. The name dates back to the Le Mans 24-hour race win Speed Six. As the fastest Bentley convertible, the new Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible is a worthy successor. Take the cap off and brought a new dimension to light. No longer an observer of the passing landscape, but a part of it, with every aspect of your trip amplifier fired in the open air.
2018 Bentley Continental GT Speed Coupe
Bentley GT Speed Coupe is a version of Continental GT W12 with increased engine power to 616 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque. The ride height is lowered and chassis and suspension uprated. It has the top speed of 330 kilometers per hour (205 mph). and does 0-60 in 4.00 seconds. The Bentley Continental GT Speed was unveiled in Goodwood Festival of Speed 2012, followed by 2012 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, followed by 2012 Moscow International Auto Salon, 2012 Paris Motor Show, 2012 AUTO ZÜRICH, 2012 LA Auto Show.
2018 Bentley Continental GT Speed Engine
The GT V8 version of the Continental GT has a twin-turbo 4-litre V8 engine (developed jointly with Audi). The 3993cc V8 generate 500 hp (373 kW) and 487 lb·ft (660 N·m). The engine is capable of reaching the speed of up to 192 mph or 309 km/h. Cylinder deactivation technology effectively turns the V8 into a V4 to improve fuel economy by 8%. Other upgrades, include on-demand steering assistance, weight reduction, better engine heat management, overrun alternator charging and eco-tyres, improve overall fuel consumption by 40% from the W12’s 17.1 mpg to the V8’s 26.1 mpg.