THE BENTLEY CONTINENTAL GT CONVERTIBLE
Bentley has dominated the world of Grand Touring for almost 100 years and the new Continental GT Convertible has once again redefined the benchmark.
This latest generation of the Grand Tourer is a sleeker, lower and wider-looking car with a greater dynamic presence and composure. The aluminium body is sculpted and sharply contoured – the design allows the interior and exterior to blend harmoniously. With the roof down, the convertible remains true to the Bentley style, with a beautiful design line running up from the side panels and around the rear seats in a single flowing curve. The interior exemplifies the exquisite attention to detail that is always unmistakably Bentley.
Bentley Continental GT V8 Convertible
The 6.0-litre W12 engine and 8-speed dual-clutch transmission provide an agile, exhilarating driving experience, while exquisite craftsmanship combined with innovative technology ensures truly luxurious interior comfort. Should the weather change abruptly: the four-layer roof can be closed automatically up to a speed of 50 km/h, offering a quiet and pleasing interior – just like with the Coupé – thanks to excellent insulation.
The New Continental GT Convertible was launched in the spring of 2019 with a W12 engine and was joined by the four-litre V8 in late 2019. The GT Speed Convertible replaced the W12 in August 2021.
Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible
The Continental GT Speed Convertible complements pure power and performance with the freedom and fascination of Open-Air Grand Touring.
A specially tuned W12 engine teams up with innovative chassis technologies to generate tremendous speed and agility in the most powerful Bentley Continental GT. The spectacular nature of this model rests on an irresistible convertible design that allows you to enjoy your surroundings to the full. Climb in, open the top and let fascination take control.
Tuned to a unique speed calibration, the Continental GT Speed Convertible reaches 100 km/h from a standstill in a breath-taking 3.7 seconds. When given free rein, it generates 659 PS and 900 Nm of torque – putting the next sunny horizon well within reach.