Bentley Continental GT Speed Doesn't Have Enough Runway to Hit Top Speed [VIDEO]
Jul 22, 2014 11:28
Bentley's Continental GT Speed is the most powerful production car ever built by the British manufacturers. But it is no longer the fastest accelerating car from the automaker. It belongs to the Continental GT3-R. It sprints from 0 to 100km/h in 3.8 seconds.
Still, it tops out at a faster speed, with Bentley saying the coupe can reach 331km/h, AutoExpress wanted to test that out, but unfortunately, he did not have a runway long enough to do just that. He only managed to top out at 290km/h. Check out the video below:
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