Fastest Bentley: New Continental GT
The Continental GT Super sports, which Bentley, the UK based car company, has completed the development process and is highly anticipated, came out as the strongest in the brand history.
At the beginning of last year’s September, the fast-paced children of Britain, who are confronted with the Flying Spur W12 S, the fastest model in history, were presenting the highly anticipated model of the Continental family, GT Supersports. We see Bentley, who is one of the producers who need to take their steps right in front of the ever-strengthening hands of their rivals, doing a good job and making a meaningful move by producing the strongest model of his history with Continental GT Supersports.
When we look at the technical data of the Continental GT Supersports, it is clear what we mean by “strong”. The new Continental GT, which has 79 more horsepower and 210-Nm more torque than the previous generation, features Bentley’s distinctive 6.0-liter W12 engine. With performance improvements, it now produces 700 horsepower and 1017 Nm of torque, and the 2.3-tonne monster with four-wheel drive infrastructure is operating at full performance to reach 0 to 100 in 3.4 seconds. Whether you want to go ahead and test the limits, the new Supersports welcomes you with a maximum speed of 336 km / h. Bentley shared the knowledge that the Convertible version can only be accessed from 0 to 100 in 3.7 seconds, slower by 0.3 seconds
“The only thing that does not change is the change itself.” It is also possible to see the phrase by the famous philosopher Heraclitus BC in the 2017 Continental GT Supersport. Bentley has not neglected to make changes that make weight gains, as well as new sera mechanical improvements. Bentley, which is also innovating in hardware, mainly front and rear bumpers, achieves a weight of 25 kg with 20 new exhausts in 21-inch sizes and 5 total exhausts with titanium exhausts. Bentley goes for makeup in front and back lighting, while the rear diffuser features a carbon fiber alloy. While Bentley is not related to the price of the 2017 Continental GT Supersport, it is expected to sell for £ 212,500 on average, compared to the average of £ 50,000.