BENTLEY CONTINENTAL SUPERSPORTS
ENGINEERED TO PERFECTION
The new Continental Supersports is built around the most powerful W12 engine that Bentley has ever developed, now producing a remarkable 700 bhp (710 PS) and 1017 Nm of torque. It is also the fastest Bentley off the blocks, accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.4 seconds (0-100 km/h in 3.5 seconds) to a blistering top speed of 209 mph (336 km/h), making it the fastest Bentley ever produced. Torque Vectoring by Brake combined with a reduced unsprung mass increases responsiveness through corners for a truly performance-focused drive, working with the rear-biased torque split of the permanent all-wheel drive system that sends 60% of the engine output to the rear wheels. A Titanium exhaust system enhances the sound of the engine, highlighting its supercar capabilities.
Almost every element of the Supersports offers the opportunity to add your personal touch. As a result, no two cars are the same. Starting with the steering wheel, you can specify unique contrast stitching, which is continued throughout the interior, as standard. There are 11 choices of hide colours as standard along with 10 additional veneers, including Bright Tint Aluminium and satin finish carbon fibre. Other options include a massage function and ventilated seats.
SUPERSPORTS AT FIRST SIGHT
Body styling features a bold new front and rear bumper design with carbon-fibre accents, while distinctive carbon-fibre bonnet vents, side skirts and a rear spoiler enhance the supercar style even further, as well as adding to the car’s aerodynamic capabilities. Full exterior Blackware on the radiator surround, light units, window surrounds, rear bumper and door handle inserts give the car a strikingly assertive look, as do the gloss black exhaust tailpipe finishes and wing vents. The brooding image is completed by dark tint front and rear lights, 21” Black and Bright Machined Lightweight Forged Sports wheels and gloss black front radiator matrix grille – the first available on this generation of W12-powered Continentals.