The 2020 Bentley Continental GT V8 Convertible is a stunning execution of form and function. Driving so rapidly has never been so well-mannered.
The Continental GT is Bentley's most popular model, so how does it improve a car that customers have become so used to? Paul Maric finds out.
As if the 2019 Bentley Continental GT wasn't luxurious enough, the Convertible adds a whole new dimension to grand touring.
Bentley promises benchmark luxury, refinement and performance from its all-new W12-powered Continental GT. And it'll need to be special and faultless enough to deliver on its maker's claims.
Bentley has for sure reset the benchmark with the latest-generation Continental GT, featuring an entirely new design inside and out that is both innovative yet still using traditional materials. It's the first car in decades to put a fresh spin on timber, chrome and leather.
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If you're in the market for a serious convertible that looks good and sound amazing — look no further. The Bentley Continental GT Convertible V8 S looks and sounds amazing, but does it live up to the name?
The Bentley Continental GT V8 S is finally as dynamically capable as it is plush.
It's heavy, thirsty and not the most dynamic car of its breed, but the Bentley Continental GTC combines superb comfort, great refinement, effortless V8 performance and flawless ride to offer the complete luxury four-seat convertible experience. Read the full review here.
There is no Continental drifting away from this Bentley's mega-luxury focus.
Fuel use has been slashed by 40 per cent - but can the V8 Continental keep up with its W12 sibling?