The premiere of the luxury version of the Bentley Continental GTSeptember 16, 2020
The work was done by Bentley Mulliner. The car received distinctive features both in the exterior and in the cabin.
Atelier Bentley Mulliner has presented a special version of the Continental GT coupe, which has a number of distinctive features. Details and official images were released on Wednesday 16 September. In the future, the car will be shown at the Salon Privé in the UK on 22 September. In the front, a silver-colored radiator grille is striking, as well as the presence of original-shaped ventilation holes on the front fenders. The car sills are illuminated, and the side mirror housings have received a different design.
For the special version of the Continental GT, rims with a diameter of 22 inches and nine large spokes were chosen. The interior of the car received a two-tone design, and the light shade is in many ways similar to the color of the car body.
The dashboard, door cards and seats have contrasting stitching in 8 different colors. All 400,000 stitches were made by hand – it took the craftsmen almost 1.5 years.
In the center of the front panel there is an analogue retro clock, and on the passenger side you can see the silhouette of the car and the Mulliner nameplate.
At the same time, the car has retained all modern technologies – an informative digital dashboard and a modern multimedia system.
The engine range will be represented by two power units – a 4.0-liter 550-horsepower V8, as well as a more powerful 6.0-liter W12 engine, which is capable of producing 635 hp. The engines will work in combination with an 8-band “robot” and an all-wheel drive system.
Earlier, the German tuning masters presented their project of a camper based on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter. In addition to its striking appearance, the car turned out to be very functional and has everything you need for long-distance travel.
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