Bentley enriches the offer of the Continental GT coupe and the Continental GTC convertible with the S trim, which further completes a standard equipment that now has a more chic look to which is added a special sound for the 4,000 cc V8 engine. Naturally, the wide choice of upholstery and customizations that distinguish the two Bentleys from the other models must be taken into account. The S trim level stands out for the glossy black details of the honeycomb grille.
22-inch five-spoke alloy wheels available as standard
The front and rear lights are also dark, as are the Bentley logo and the model badge. Both the GT S and GTC S come standard with new 22-inch alloy wheels with five Y-spokes finished in glossy black or the new Pale Brodgar Satin color scheme. In the catalog of the new Bentley S there are also 21-inch three-spoke wheels with both dark and light accents. Whatever the design chosen, they are, however, provided in conjunction with the aesthetic features of the performance-style red brake calipers.
Under the hood for both there is the 4-liter V8 with 550 hp
The passenger compartment, on the other hand, retains the elegant leather and fabric upholstery both on the seats and on a large part of the dashboard as well as on the door panels. On board, the wording S attracts attention both on the headrests and a new graphics of the instrumentation and special door sills. Furthermore, under the hood, the two Continental GT and GTC S offer the 4-liter V8 with 550 hp and 770 Nm that combines supercar performance with the driving dynamics of a sporty flagship.
A new anti-roll system improves on-board comfort on long journeys
Acceleration 0-100 km / h is 4 seconds, while the new exhaust system enhances the more aggressive side of the two new Bentleys. While the standard anti-roll system promises travel in the name of great comfort on board. It must also be said that the device is powered by a 48 V electric motor which, in correspondence with the shock absorbers, generates a counter-phase force of 1,300 Nm in 0.3 seconds, intended to compensate for the car’s roll in the fastest corners.