Bentley introduced the Continental GT on Tuesday, showing off upgrades in the powertrain, on-board tech and interior comfort over its predecessor. Fuel efficiency is also improved 5 percent while carbon emissions are down. The W12 now comes with a variable displacement system and can run on just six cylinders. The exterior of the Continental gets a decent refresh.
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The twin-turbocharged 6. The GT Speed Convertible will reach a top speed of mph. A close-ratio, ZF eight-speed automatic transmission handles gear shifts, delivering Bentley's famously smooth ride while also matching the performance of the GT Speed's uprated engine. Drive goes to all four wheels, helping with traction. Owners can expect the GT Speed to accelerate to 60 mph from rest in 4.
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A V6 plug-in hybrid and V8 engine variants, as well as a possible W12 engine may also be available. Bentley Speed Six of the late s. The project was managed by Bentley's head of design, Luc Donckerwolke. The Bentley EXP 10 Speed Six represents a new design direction for Bentley, and is a significant departure from the brand's current styling language. The Speed 6 retains Bentley's signature dual round full-LED headlamps, but the main headlamp is almost an oval-shape, but when seen from head-on it appears to be perfectly round.
Bentley is considering adding a fifth model to its growing lineup and used the Geneva Motor Show to reveal the EXP 10 Speed 6 concept. The sultry design of the new two-seat coupe makes up for the awkward name -- which will change if and when the EXP 10 reaches production. The current look -- on the Continental GT coupe and convertible, its Flying Spur sedan counterpart, and the top-end Mulsanne sedan -- is handsome but getting worn out after years of moderate changes. The two-seat EXP 10 coupe sits lower than the Continental and has a sleeker, more streamlined profile. The mesh grille, door handles, exhausts and side vents are all 3-D printed metal, a bleeding-edge technique whose cost may be prohibitively high on the production coupe.