NEW CONTINENTAL GT
With a completely new 6.0 litre, twin-turbocharged W12 engine, a step-change in technology and a truly stunning design language, the new Continental GT is unmatched in its class. This Bentley GT coupé is the quintessential grand tourer – phenomenally powerful, beautifully designed and exquisitely crafted. This model is currently available as a coupé only.
INNOVATIVE ALL NEW PERFORMANCE
Created for agile, exhilarating driving, the new Continental GT is built on an innovative chassis and electrical architecture, featuring a completely new 6.0 litre W12 engine and an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission, for smooth, fast and efficient gear changes.
As a result, it can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds (0 to 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds) and deliver a phenomenal top speed of 207 mph (333 km/h).
In the engine itself, high-pressure direct injection has been employed alongside port injection, allowing the engine to switch seamlessly between the two, depending on which is most efficient in any given situation. Along with a raft of fuel innovations, it ensures that emission levels are among the best in its class, while also maximising range.
THE MOST ADVANCED BENTLEY EVER
The new Continental GT features innovations throughout the drivetrain, making it the most advanced Bentley model ever built.
Dual clutch transmission provides impressively quick gearshifts and smooth acceleration to enhance the car’s dynamic character. The 48V Active Roll Control system senses road conditions and changes the car’s movement instantaneously to optimise handling and ensure a smooth ride. And electric steering improves feedback to the driver so that it always feels right for the driving conditions.
|626 bhp / 635 PS / 467 kW @ 5000-6000 rpm
|23.2 mpg, 12.2 litres / 100 km
|City driving (US)
|Highway driving (US)
|664 lb-ft / 900 Nm @ 1350-4500 rpm
|207 mph / 333 km/h
|190.9 in / 4850 mm
|86.1 in / 2187 mm
|55.3 in / 1405 mm
|112.2 in / 2851 mm
|Gross Vehicle Weight
|5985 lb / 2715 kg
|12.6 cu-ft / 358 litres
|Fuel Tank Capacity
|20 gallons / 24 US gallons / 90 litres
|4947 lb / 2244 kg
|EU 6 / LEV II
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