Thursday, December 23, 2010

Bentley. The Continental GTC Speed and performance

The Continental GTC Speed benefits from a dark chrome grille, 20” multi-spoke sport wheels, twin rifled sports tail pipes. Inside lies a world of contrasts; Mulliner diamond quilted leather seats, knurled chrome sports lever encased in hide, 3-spoke leather steering wheel with aluminium inlays.
Lower the roof and press the drilled alloy sport foot-pedal to enjoy the full sensory experience.
A lowered ride height delivers a richer driving experience, enhanced by the new Sport mode on ESP. Agility matched by greater body control, improved handling dynamics and superior grip. A new rear fixed spoiler provides improved aerodynamics. Then that sound again, a richer, sportier exhaust note filling your ears. Pure magic. The GTC is now available with inspired personal colour combinations, created exclusively for Series 51.


Unlike a conventional 12-cylinder engine with two banks of 6-cylinders, the Continental GTC’s 6-litre engine is configured in four banks of 3 cylinders in a W formation. The result is a shorter and much more compact unit which allows for significantly more interior space and improved dynamics.
But its size is deceptive. Twin turbochargers boost the power output to an astonishing 600bhp (449kW). Its supercar status is underlined by a top speed of 200mph (322km/h) with the roof up and a 0-60mph time of just 4.5 seconds.
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