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Little big car
Says goodbye to McLaren
Preparing to defend its titles
Customize every detail of Bentley’s new grand tourer
Say hello to the new most powerful Bentley ever
The future bread-and-butter Bentley.
Best day of work: Saturday January 28, 2012
I don’t get out of the office as much as some other folks, but on this day I was the stuntdriver for an off-the-wall comparison test that road test editor Christopher Nelson and I concocted.
Luc Donckerwolke, the man responsible for creating one of the most iconic cars of the 2000s–the Lamborghini Murcielago–is taking his talents to another company famous for V-12 coupes: Bentley.
Honed to a finer sheen.
Less wait this time.
Though it doesn’t immediately look that different from the regular Bentley Continental GT, there are a few tell-tale signs that this car is a higher-performance version of Bentley’s coupe.
Mercedes-Benz is considering yet another model in one of few categories it has missed — a Bentley Continental GT rival, according to British magazine Autocar.
Refined, not redefined.
With strict emission laws about to take place in Europe, supercar manufacturers in the region must figure out how to reduce their CO2 averages.
Bentley launched the new 2011 Continental GT last year, and with it revealed that it’s developing a new 4.0-liter V-8 with Audi.
Slightly more powerful, slightly more expensive, slightly lighter.
Bentley Continental GT Speed Series 51 marks the end for the first-generation Continental.
Bentley is confident that its new 2011 Continental GT will be a success, but in order to help the car attract attention — and ultimately sales — in an increasingly crowded segment, the company may resort to crafting a number of limited-edition versions in the years to come.
The big news with Bentley’s redesigned 2011 Continental GT was that the company will offer a 4.0-liter V-8 engine option sometime after the car launches.
When Bentley unveiled the new 2011 Continental GT, the luxury marque said that it plans on adding a second engine option in the form of a 4.0-liter V-8.