New special edition Bentley Continental GT pays homage to BavariaMay 9, 2019
The press service of the British brand has announced that a special version of the gig will be presented at the motor show in the German Munich. Novelty called Bentley Continental GT Convertible Bavaria Edition. The car will not go into the series and will be released in a single copy.
Bavaria is the country where legendary car brands such as Audi and BMW were born. In addition, this country is also the geographical center of the European Union.
Bentley decided to celebrate the “beauty of the Bavarian region”, where the headquarters of BMW and Audi are located, releasing a special edition of the new Bentley Continental GT gig. The British novelty, which was called the Convertible Bavaria Edition, was developed by the company’s chief designer, Stephan Silaff.
According to representatives of the Bavarian brand, this is a one-time project, and an exclusive car will be assembled by hand at a factory in England. The official public debut of a one-of-a-kind gig will be held at the Bentley Munich Motor Show.
Probably the most distinctive feature of the Bavaria Edition cabriolet is the two-tone white and blue exterior (white body, blue roof), which reflects the design of the Bavaria flag.
The cabriolet “rides” on 22-inch Mulliner Driving Specification wheels with five double spokes and a chrome trim corresponding to the lower bumper grille, as well as small flag designs on the front wings. By the way, the same flags are on the headrests of the seats. There is also a contrasting blue stitching for leather seats.
Bentley does not plan to release the Continental GT Convertible Bavaria Edition, so you can’t order a special convertible. This is rather a concept, but we expect it to reach the rich collector through an auction later this year. We hope we get more details closer to the debut of the car in Munich.
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