2011 Bentley Continental Supersports Convertible

2011 Bentley Continental Supersports Convertible

Bentley Continental Supersports Convertible Car Preview
2011 Bentley Continental Supersports Convertible

Bentley Continental Supersports Convertible Car Design
The 2011 Bentley Continental Supersports Convertible other strengthens'; range supercar s, after the introduction of the Bentley Continental Coupe Supersport in 2009. The new convertible Supersports, with the same W12 engine 630P (621bhp/463kW) twin-turbocharged, is the fastest, most efficient drop-top Bentley has ever built, offering the ultimate experience of driving in the Bentley world ', the most dramatic convertible c. The inspiration for the 'Supersports' name is the 1925 Bentley Supersports, race-multiplied version of the iconic 3-liter Bentley, who gave 85bhp more common when cars were equipped with a modest 15bhp.

It was also the first production car to reach 100mph - extreme performance in his day. The convertible Bentley Continental Supersport again, four-seat muscle is undoubtedly Bentley in its design and art, but its dramatic reinterpretation interiorsignifies a luxury Bentley. Fibre Satin-finished carbon and Alcantara. Grip' sweet leather create a unique atmosphere with a distinctly contemporary sport and a model. Bentley ', the program has started as Supersports's under the radar' plan to explore the possibilities of weight reduction on the Continental GT coupe, but with more power and torque. The project was soon largely experimental crystallized in a new program's official car, driven by passion and enthusiasm of a small group of engineers and designers in Bentley.

Now the Bentley Continental convertible Supersports received the same household and the results are dramatic. Dr. Ulrich Eichhorn, member of the board, engineering explains the thinking behind the project: "The 'extreme', Bentley's stable now has a new occupant in the form of convertible Bentley Continental Supersport - one car every bit as useful and effective than the Coupe but with the panache of roof-down motoring.


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