Bentley Celebrates Ice Land Speed Record, Again
Bentley has announced yet another special edition model that celebrates the company’s ice speed record, which you probably already know that it was beaten by Audi’s RS6 model so the idea of a model that celebrates something that isn’t valid anymore is pretty pointless if you ask me.
Anyway, this new one is based on the Continental Supersports convertible and they are going to make only 100 units. It will be available in three exterior colors: Arctica White, Quartzite and Beluga, and will feature “Supersports ISR” graphics along with red-accented detailing along the body.
It will sit on 20-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels that have a “diamond turned finish”, not very attractive in my opinion.
Inside the cabin they’ve fitted this special edition with Alcantara, along with high-gloss carbon fiber with a red weave. As standard, the car is offered with an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system.
Under that hood there is going to be a W12 twin turbocharged 6-liter engine that produces 631 hp and a peak torque of 590 lb.-ft, which will be enough for a 0-60 mph sprint in 3.8 seconds.
Prices start at 189,300 pounds so grab one while you still can, taking into consideration that special editions are very desirable among car buyers.
Source: Bentley via Autocar
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