Bentley Continental GT Speed
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Bentley Continental GT Speed

Bentley Continental GT Speed

The 2013 Bentley Continental GT Speed is the updated GT range’s high-powered spawn and is officially the fastest ever vehicle from the company. The model is set to make its worldwide debut at the 2012 Goodwood Festival of Speed where the pre-production version of the model will be put through the paces in the infamous uphill climb by the driving trio of Derek Bell, Guy Smith and Juha Kankunnen. The first of the 2013 GT Speed cars will begin deliveries by October later this year.

Interior

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The changes made to the cabin of the 2013 Bentley Continental GT Speed remain quite minimal though it comes laced with various speed design cues. Standard Mulliner Driving Specifications are used to design the hand-crafted cabin which features bespoke leather trim premium elements. The finest natural materials are used to decorate the cabin which promises the best in Bentley’s legendary craftsmanship and quality and adds a touch of refinement and comfort to the high performance vehicle.

Exterior

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The 2013 Bentley Continental GT Speed does not differ all that much from the standard specification Continental GT and the variant focuses more on performance upgrades under the hood rather than cosmetic changes. The slight changes to the variant’s exterior include PZero high performance Pirelli 275/35 R21 tires sitting pretty around the vehicle’s stunning 21 inch Speed wheels that are offered in two finishes. With uprated suspension and steering parts, the GT Speed features a lowered ride height that gives it a distinctly sporting character. The model also combines contemporary luxury with its muscular performance by mixing bunch of signature Speed design cues with the new powertrain. The 2013 Bentley Continental GT Speed comes with new exhaust pipes with a “riffed” finish, a front grille in a new dark-tint finish and lowered air intakes. The sporting character of the new model is also reinforces via subtly enhanced design of the elegantly sculpted muscular coachwork of the four-wheel-drive Bentley.

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