Continental GT Speed Convertible
Take in more of every spectacular journey, from the redesigned cabin of the new Continental GT Speed Convertible – the ultimate expression of the open top grand tourer.
Speed is embedded in Bentley’s history. The name dates back to the Le Mans 24 Hour race-winning Speed Six. Then as now, the pursuit of performance was balanced by the quest for reﬁnement. As the fastest Bentley convertible, the new Continental GT Speed Convertible is a worthy successor. Drive it with the hood down and a new dimension is revealed. You’re no longer an observer of the passing landscape but a part of it, with every aspect of your journey ampliﬁed in the open air.
Designing a convertible is one of the most challenging, and rewarding, jobs in the automotive world. That’s because it is two cars in one. To create a beautiful open tourer requires smooth, sweeping lines without visual clutter. Yet the design team needs to consider the hood too, creating a smooth coupé profile that integrates smoothly with the bodywork. By creating two cars in one, Bentley may have created all the high performance cars you’ll ever need.
Bentley’s engineering team has ensured that the new Speed Convertible W12 engine and powertrain is just as fuel-efficient as the Continental GT. The latest engine management system, an 8-speed transmission with variable power-assisted steering, increases economy and further reduces emissions.
The Bentley GT Speed Convertible features Mulliner GT Design seats – newly restyled with smaller diamond upholstery and a semi-aniline hide option – are welcoming yet superbly supportive. Switch on the neck warmer feature and a stream of warm air from a discreet vent just below the headrest takes the chill off your drive. The seat massage system includes two lumbar and ten surface cells to keep you alert and relaxed as you drive.
|Max power||633 bhp / 472 kW / 642 PS @5900 rpm|
|Fuel Type||98 (95) RON|
|Combined||19.0 mpg 14.9 litres /100 km|
|City driving (US)||12.0 US mpg|
|Highway driving (US)||20.0 US mpg|
|Maximum torque||840 Nm / 620 lb.ft @2000 rpm|
|Max speed||204 mph / 328 km/h|
|CO2 emissions||347 g/km|
|Length||4818 mm / 189.7 in|
|Width||2226 mm / 87.6 in|
|Height||1390 mm / 54.7 in|
|Wheelbase||2746 mm / 108 in|
|Gross Vehicle Weight||2900 kg / 6393 lb|
|Boot Volume||260 litres / 9.1 cu ft|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||90 litres / 20 gallons / 24 US gallons|
|Kerb Weight||2495 kg / 5501 lb|
|Emission Controls||EU 6 / LEV II|
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