The new Bentley Continental GT Limited Edition coupe is designed to celebrate its record as the fastest production car at Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.
Modelled on the car driven up the 20 kilometre course in Colorado (above at the back), the Limited Edition (above at the front) is finished bright green Radium paint, and has green brake calipers.
There's also a carbon-fibre body kit, and gloss black highlights for the lower bumper, roof, and wing mirrors. A grille emblazoned with the number 100, in honour of the company's centenary, is available as an option.
The Limited Edition Continental rides on black 22-inch wheels shod with Pirelli P Zero Colour Edition tyres featuring a body colour pinstripe.
Radium green is also found throughout the cabin, with the colour being used for the contrast stitching on the seats, door trims and steering wheel, as well as the speaker grilles and piping for the floor mats.
Carbon-fibre and piano black elements are used throughout the interior, with the panel ahead of the front passenger featuring an outline of a portion of the Pikes Peak course.
Only 15 Limited Edition coupes will be built, and they are available for order right now.
The Limited Edition model is fitted with the company's regular 6.0-litre twin-turbo W12 engine with 460kW of power and 900Nm of torque.
Fitted with standard all-wheel drive, the Continental GT is capable of completing the 0-100km/h dash in 3.7 seconds.
Driven by Rhys Millen at this year's hill climb, the Continental GT set a new record of 10 minutes 18.488 seconds for the Time Attack 2 production car class, shaving eight seconds off the record previously held by a 2014 Porsche 911 Turbo S.