The 2018 Bentley Continental GT is a great tourer by the British car-maker Bentley Motors since 2003 Continental GT Speed striving for achievement represent balanced by the quest for refinement. Typical looks, the GT Speed is the current representation of a long line of fast, exciting Bentley Grand Caravans. Bentley Continental GT was the first car released by Bentley under Volkswagen management to their acquisition of the company in 1998 and the first Bentley to mass production manufacturing techniques to use. 2018 Bentley Continental GT shares a platform with the Volkswagen Phaeton. The vehicle was unveiled in 2012 North American International Auto Show, followed by sky lounge in Munich, 2012 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition 2012 Goodwood Festival of Speed.
2018 Continental GT Design Series China
The latest model of 2018 Bentley Continental GT come in China market, with three-tone interior that hides the main study color blends with accent and insert colors, choice of Orange and Magenta accent colors, choice of Orange Flame and Magenta Metallic exterior colors, Piano Black and dark Burr-colored Walnut veneer (optional Amboyna), outside wing badge, treadplate, and name badge positioned on the center console with Design Series China signature. The vehicle was unveiled at the show in Beijing 2010 Auto China Motor.
2018 Bentley Continental GT Le Mans Edition
Bentley Continental GT is a limited (48-units per model) versions of 2018 Bentley Continental GT V8 coupe and convertible, GT W12 coupe and convertible, and GT Speed coupe for North American market, memorialize Bentley’s six wins in 24 hours Le Mans. The each car includes a unique Le Mans Edition numbered badge, Le Mans Edition watch, multicolored Le Mans badge on each headrest, tread plates with the limited edition name, unique Le Mans Edition wheels and special interior veneer and exterior colors.
2018 Bentley Continental GT Engine
The 2018 Bentley Continental GT V8 version of the Continental GT has a twin-turbo 4-liter V8 engine (jointly manufactured with the Audi). The 3993cc V8 produces 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 consumption by 8%. Other changes, including steering assistance on demand, weight loss, increased engine heat management, threshold exceeded alternator charging and eco-tires, improve overall fuel economy by 40% of the W12’s 17.1 mpg for the V8 26.1 mpg.