The Bentley Continental GT was the first car revealed by Bentley after under Volkswagen AG management and the first Bentley to employ mass production manufacturing techniques. Debuting in 2003, this grand tourer was about refinement and elegance and a hint of sporting ability. However, the Bentley Continental GT Speed was introduced in 2008 and added a dash of excitement to the more sedate base GT. This outstanding example of the 2010 Bentley Continental GT speed you see today bears some of the iconic Continental GT styling. It offers all the lavish luxuries you seek from a Bentley. Located in Utah, this GT speed has 51,928 miles on its clock and comes with a string of optional packages.
This 2010 Bentley Continental GT Speed is finished in Quartzite Grey. This car features an automatically-deploying rear spoiler, bi-xenon headlamps with washers, rain-sensing wipers, front and rear parking sensors, soft close doors, and a power-opening/-closing trunk, all as standard. The front of the Bentley presents a dark chrome grille and lower bumper matrix. It rides on 20" multi-spoke wheels cloaked in Michelin 275/35'ZR20 tires and includes red brake calipers. The Continental GT Speed's well-appointed interior offers polished aluminum interior trim and Premium leather with Diamond Stitching. Themed in what is known as a Beluga color, this cabin features the Mulliner package, which adds diamond-quilted seating surfaces, lamb's-wool carpeting, and exclusive veneers. This car also features mod cons such as keyless entry/ignition, park distance control, navigation, and a rearview camera. Passengers in front can be comforted with heated front seats, and the steering wheel feature mounted paddle shifters.
Powering this beast is a 6.0L twin-turbocharged W12 engine inspired by the Volkswagen group's unique W formation. A six-speed automatic transmission sends an impressive 600 horsepower and 553 lb-ft torque to all four wheels. All of this torque is achieved at just 1,700 rpm, and this Bentley GT speed is claimed to accelerate from nothing to 60 mph in 4.3 seconds before hitting its top speed of 202 mph.