Bentley announced styling enhancements and more power for the Continental GT Speed. Its Geneva booth will include luxury tailored packages for the Continental family as well.
The Continental GT Speed will get more power with a 6.0 liter W12 engine boosted by 10hp and 20Nm to 626hp and 820 Nm of torque.
The GT Speed coupe remains the fastest production Bentley ever, with a top speed of 206 mph (331 km/h), while the convertible can reach 203 mph (327 km/h).
The GT Speed will get styling upgrades too with a sharper front splitter, discreet side skirts and a rear diffuser finished to match the exterior paint color for the first time.
The 21-inch Speed wheels get a dark tint finish, as do the headlights and taillights. Exterior modifications are completed with red-painted brake callipers and a chrome “Speed” badge fitted to the front fenders. A new paint called Candy Red is also available.
It will also get a new colors split with accent stripes in a contrasting color applied across the doors, rear panels, fascia wings, inner console and gear lever.
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