The new Porsche Boxster offers increased power from its flat-six engines in addition to a host of other developments introduced with the intention of keeping the mid-engined sports car at the top of its class. The Boxster needs only 6.2 seconds to sprint from 0-100 km/ Top speed is 256 km/h. The chassis offers greater driving pleasure and at the same time enhanced active and passive safety. Larger wheels and a wider track clearly emphasise the further development of the body shape and symbolise the increase in performance. When viewed from the side, the rear air vents, the bold door sills, the large window glass area, and the newly-designed, larger diameter wheels are dominant The new Boxster also features a five-speed Tiptronic S transmission.
OVERVIEW The new Continental GT V8 Convertible takes open top comfort to new levels and, with the roof down, lets you enjoy the V8’s exquisite mechanical symphony in full surround sound. The dominant bonnet line, prominent matrix grille and twin large inner headlamps conﬁrm its pedigree but the Continental GT V8 Convertible has its own distinct character. To simply call this car a convertible understates its capability. Press the start button on the advanced new 4.0 litre V8 engine and its inspiring repertoire of sounds is brought to life, from the deep V8 burble at low engine speeds to the rising growl and rasp as the car accelerates. It is both a sensational open tourer when the weather permits and a supremely comfortable year-round drive, as acoustically and thermally well insulated as a coupé, thanks to its unique, four layer roof.
OVERVIEW THE DRIVER FOCUSED MULSANNE The new Mulsanne Speed is focused on the needs of those who enjoy driving their car and want to appreciate the full potential of the Mulsanne’s power. With all the luxurious craftsmanship of the new Mulsanne plus added sports styling and enhanced performance, it is the most dynamic, most exquisite expression of the powerful luxury for which Bentley stands. ONE OF THREE NEW MODELS The new Mulsanne Speed has been updated inside and out, as has its sister model, the Mulsanne. The range is now completed with the introduction of a third, completely new model, the Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase. NEW EXTERIOR DESIGN The new Mulsanne Speed is instantly recognisable, with a number of visible changes to the front and the rear of the car. The grilles, brightware, headlamp clusters and rear lamps have all been revised for a sleeker appearance. WIDER, REDESIGNED FACE The new radiator grille sits directly in front of the familiar Bentley matrix grille, its stainless steel vertical vanes spreading further across the front of the car than in earlier models. The lower grilles and the front bumper are also wider than on the previous incarnation of the Mulsanne, making the car appear closer to the road. DARKER ‘SPEED’ BRIGHTWARE The new front grille houses a dark tint matrix behind the new vanes, a theme carried through to the dark tint metal of the Bentley Flying ‘B’ wing vents and even the new dark tint lamp clusters, making it easy to distinguish the new Mulsanne Speed from its siblings. EXHILARATING PERFORMANCE Beneath the bonnet of the Mulsanne Speed lies a newly re-engineered 6.75 litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine. Designed to boost power, torque and acceleration, it can propel the Mulsanne Speed to 60mph in just 4.8 seconds (100 km/h in 4.9 seconds) and on to a phenomenal top speed of 190mph (305 km/h). SPORTING DETAILS THROUGHOUT Drilled alloy sports foot pedals and a knurled sports gear lever lend a dynamic edge to the opulence of the Mulsanne Speed’s handcrafted interior, while thoughtful touches abound, such as knurled chrome surfaces to prevent fingers from slipping on the organ stop air vents and a coined finish on the insides of the door handles. NEW HEADLAMP TECHNOLOGY The design of the headlamp cluster is retained, however the outboard secondary lamps have been moved upwards by a few millimetres, to align them with the lower rims of the main lamps, for a sleeker look. The washers now emerge from bright chrome discs in the centre of the daylight-running LED secondary lamps, to give a clean, uninterrupted look. Built-in light sensors and GPS integration enable the headlamps to operate automatically, with four different light modes, optimised for urban roads, country lanes, motorways and situations where the traditional main beam is required. STRIKING BENTLEY FLYING ‘B’ REAR LAMPS At the rear of the car, new light clusters glow with the three-dimensional form of the Bentley Flying ‘B’, while during the day, the ‘Speed’ dark tint is clearly visible on the reflective surfaces inside each lamp. NEW DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY Set into the sleek veneers of the dashboard, a new 8" touch screen controls the infotainment and vehicle systems, with 4G connectivity for faster response times, an improved user experience, and compatibility with Apple CarPlay. Google Maps*, satellite imagery and Street View* bring a new dimension to the navigation system, allowing the driver to see routes, junctions and destinations. Mobile phones and tablets can be connected to the car via Bluetooth, or the USB ports in either the Media Drawer or the glove box, allowing them to be charged while sharing their data. An in-car Wi-Fi hotspot provides high speed* access for eight such devices. NEW REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM The optional Bentley Theatre rear seat entertainment system features twin 10.4” touch screen tablets. Deployed electrically from within the backs of the front seats, they provide access to many of the car’s systems for back seat passengers, including journey and vehicle data, games, digital music and even DVDs. Thanks to the in-car WiFi, video calling, media streaming and cloud-based services are also available. The tablets can also be removed from the car. NEW EXTERIOR COLOURS AND VENEER OPTIONS Two new wood veneer options have been added to the range: Liquid Amber and Dark Stained Madrona. New exterior paint colours include Rose Gold and Julep.
OVERVIEW No other car on the road today exempliﬁes the spirit of life’s grand tour more than the Bentley Continental GT. The new model sports an even more powerful W12 twin turbo engine, up to 590 PS from 575 PS, and an innovative variable displacement system that creates more power, but with fewer emissions than ever before. Alongside this increased performance is a suite of reﬁnements to create the most luxurious travelling experience. They include a new, more sculpted and sporty steering wheel allowing the driver’s hands to ﬁt, and connect, more closely with the car. There’s an optional semi-aniline hide that forms the enhanced straight-ﬂute seating for an even more luxurious travelling experience. Supercar speed meets handcrafted luxury.