Bentley has updated the list of options for the Continental GT

Bentley has updated the list of options for the Continental GT

July 5, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The British two-door 4-seater coupe will be available with new body colors (a total of 62), as well as with an expanded list of options for all trim levels.

Immediately after the presentation of the updated Bentayga 2021 crossover, Bentley decided to slightly update its luxurious Continental GT coupe. However, we are not talking about a restyled version of the existing model. The British brand provides coupe and convertible models, additional body color options, as well as an extended list of options.

The Continental GT 2021 model year will be available with Viridian body shades (pictured above), Patina and Snow Quartz. According to the automaker, these three colors lead to the fact that the choice of body paint palette for this luxury model increases to 62, which increases the amount of personalization options for the car to 10 billion.

According to a published press release, the new Viridian shade is “a modern version of the classic Racing Green color with a dark emerald metallic shade that was inspired by the Bentley EXP10 Speed ​​6 concept car.”

“A Patina hue that combines champagne and silk. This color was inspired by the beautiful atmosphere and aura of polished metals.” This color got tiny shades of delicate green. The exterior color of the Snow Quartz is mostly white with three layers of mother-of-pearl paint.

Along with new body painting options, the Continental GT also gets a panoramic glass roof and this option will be available for all models. Previously, it was available only for the performance of Contis with a W12 engine, but now it is available even for versions of a luxury coupe with V8 engines.

Finally, the standard Conti GT steering wheel receives an updated form and performance that will also be available on all available trim levels. Thanks to capacitive sensors, the car will understand whether you are holding the steering wheel or not is a prerequisite for semi-autonomous driver assistance systems in the car.

Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Bentley ceases production of the Mulsanne model. The company has already shown the latest version of Mulliner, the assembly of which was established at the newly opened plant.