The 2018 Bentley GTC is a two-door four-seat luxury convertible based on the Bentley Continental GT. The G and the T stand for Gran Turismo and the C stands for Convertible (Cabriolet). The Bentley GTC 1st-genetation officially presented in the middle of 2006 but was shown earlier as a study. The convertible is powered by the usual 412 kW (560 hp) 12-cylinder from the Bentley GT (originally from the VW Phaeton W12, but charged). Bentley GTC has air suspension and all- wheel drive and reaches a top speed of 312 km/h. The convertible has a traditional fabric roof, which is manufactured by the specialist Karmann in Osnabrück.
2018 Bentley GTC Speed
In 2009, the Cabriolet range was extended by the performance-enhancing variant 2018 Bentley GTC Speed. The Speed addition is inspired by the legendary Speed model of the founding years. In addition to performance, the GTC Speed has a slightly modified chassis, other wheels, and a 3-spoke sports steering wheel. In the course of the introduction of the GTC Speed, the series was subjected to a light model maintenance with a modified front view. Above all, however, the engines of all Continental models were also designed more efficiently, so the average consumption decreased by half a liter/100km with unchanged performance.
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In January 2017, Bentley presented the 522 kW (710 hp) GTC Supersports at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. With a top speed of 330 km/h, the vehicle is currently the 2018 Bentley GTC is fastest four-seater convertible in the world.