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OVERVIEW The new Bentley Continental GT Convertible offers the same enhancements as its coupé stable-mate, coupled with the sheer exhilaration of open-top driving. The prodigious W12 twin-turbo engine brings a new variable displacement system that combines lower emissions with greater output, elevating the power to a stunning 590 PS. You’ll feel the promise of performance the moment you slide your hands around the redesigned steering wheel; your ﬁngers, a touch away from the column-mounted paddle-shift gear selectors. From the front, the face of the Continental GT Convertible appears hewn from solid metal, with distinctive large inner headlamps flanking the familiar Bentley mesh grille. A sweeping bodyline spears backwards from the front wheel to meet the muscular curve of the rear wheel’s haunch, projecting a wide and confident stance. Bentley’s interior design team has created in the GT Convertible a cocoon of curved yet crisply-defined planes and surfaces: the interior of the Continental GT Convertible expresses timeless Bentley design cues with contemporary flair.
OVERVIEW 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.