As recently announced, the Continental GT S version has joined the Bentley line of GT Coupe and GTC Cabrio models.

The new design of black alloy wheels (21 or 22 inches), contrasting red brake calipers, front grille in glossy black, black S markings on the front fenders, dimmed lights, black exterior elements, sports exhaust system with new exhaust pipes, stand out. as well as black and red leather in the interior, with S markings on the sills and headrests.

The engine is still a 4.0-liter V8 with two turbochargers, with 542 hp and 770 Nm of torque, enough to accelerate to 100 km / h in exactly 4 seconds.

Bentley says the new S is “focused on driving performance and striking visual cues.” While the 2,164kg Continental GT might sound like a tough platform to create a true driving car, the 2014 excellent GT S proved that Bentley can make a quick , a fun and luxurious grand tourer.

Although the price has not yet been announced, we can expect the Continental GT S to cost more than the starting price of the standard GT of £ 157,900 and less than the GT Speed ​​version of £ 209,900.

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