Complete with a redesigned front spoiler and rear diffuser, for a sportier and more conﬁdent stance, and a new, dynamically-styled fender badge that is sure to become a future design classic, the new V8 S Convertible is an irresistible proposition for every journey. Beneath the bonnet of the Continental GT V8 S Convertible beats a monstrous heart: a 4.0 litre, twin-turbocharged V8 engine generating 680 Newton metres (502 lb.ft) of torque. Despite its muscular powerplant, the Continental GT V8 S Convertible is remarkably efficient with CO2 emissions at a mere 258 g/km, due in no small part to the use of variable displacement.
But this supercar performance doesn’t mean a compromise on comfort. Thanks to the four layer construction of its retractable roof, the GT Convertible accommodates up to four people with the hood up in the same unﬂustered reﬁnement as its hard-topped sibling.
Model Name: Mercedes Benz ML W164 Passenger : 3 Passengers + 1 Chauffeur Luggage: 3 Entertainment: Music (selectable) Service: Newspaper, Magazine, Cold Water Excellent choice for CEO's Airport Transfers, local tour or other Special Events.
Kowloon, Hong Kong; Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong; New Territories, Hong Kong
No Hidden Fees, Service Charge Included
OVERVIEW The Continental GT3-R marks an exciting new chapter in the Continental story. It is, by far, the most dynamic road car Bentley has ever created – a car inspired by our victorious racing heritage. Capable of reaching 60 mph from a standstill in just 3.6 seconds (0-100 km/h in 3.8 secs), the Continental GT3-R is a Grand Tourer with the performance of a racer. The Continental GT3-R develops 580 PS (572 bhp / 426 kW) and 700 Nm of torque, together with a 100 kg weight reduction and shorter gearing, making it the fastest-accelerating Bentley ever. To own this car is an opportunity of a lifetime: the Continental GT3-R is a limited edition, the rarest and most dynamic member of the esteemed Continental family, hand-built in Crewe and finished in Bentley’s Motorsport division.
Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong; Kowloon, Hong Kong; New Territories, Hong Kong