It’s almost exactly the same as its GT coupe counterpart, other than it obviously being a convertible (or as European calls it “cabriolet”). Under the hood sits a 6.0-liter, turbocharged W12 engine, capable of a head-spinning 567-horsepower, enough ponies to propel this beast from 0 to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds.
Bentley’s aren’t for speed alone of-course, a Bentley is for speed and comfort. The Continental GTC is the perfect combination of both. Being a Bentley, each car is custom tailored to each owner’s wishes, there are 17 leather hide color ways as well as 6 color combinations and 7 matching wood veneers to select from.
The Bentley Continental GTC is set to be available later this year with a base price of $212,800 US.