This 2006 Bentley Continental GT is hiding something. What it's hiding is almost 100 hp over its stock 552 thanks to the installation of a GIAC chip. We spent the day with this luxury 2+2 at WIllow Springs Raceway and found it to be fast, refined, and worth every penny. Sell your house. Buy a Continental GT.
Audi RS4 going 155 mph in the desert!
The new 2007 Audi RS4 is the top-of-the-line vehicle in Audi's popular "four series". We decided to take this 420 hp monster out in to a dried lake bed for some traction, handling, and top-speed testing. Check out what the newest incarnation of the RS4 was made for...
2012 Bentley Continental GT Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of the newly refreshed 2012 Bentley Continental GT. I take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it, start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.
2007 Bentley Continental GT Start Up, Exhaust, and Full Vehicle Tour
The most epic review video I have ever done, I spotted this 2007 Continental GT at a Hummer dealership on the way back from Lexus, I walked in and asked if I could see it, they did so much more! FYI there was a GTC in front of it with a blue top, I could NOT do that one because they did not have the keys for it, so don't ask me abt it haha! I go through this entire vehicle and show the fine details with the interior exterior and some of the neat features. I also get an engine shot, start it up, and get an Exhaust clip. The next video will be one of cruising on the road in it, and sorry they didn't let me drive it hahaha.
Bentley Continental GT Speed
The Continental GT Speed is the most powerful production Bentley ever and the first to top 200mph (322km/h). A potent addition to the company's highly successful Continental series, the GT Speed extends the appeal of the Continental GT coupe to driving enthusiasts who place a high value on outright performance and agile handling.
The exterior style of the new Continental GT and GT Speed models is defined by a wider, lower air intake and more upright radiator grille that also provide increased airflow to the more powerful GT Speed. Its 600bhp (610PS) W12 engine develops 15 percent more torque and nine percent more power than the standard Continental GT, while engine efficiency is optimised by the use of lower friction, lighter-weight components and a new engine management system. The resultant performance is exceptional, with a top speed of 202mph (326km/h), a zero to 60mph sprint time of just 4.3 seconds (0-100km/h in 4.5s) and effortless overtaking capability.
Complementing the Continental GT Speed's high performance is its unique chassis tune that delivers tauter handling and improved agility, with new, wider 9.5J 20-inch wheels and bespoke performance tyres as standard fitment. Fade-resistant carbon ceramic brakes are available as an option. Subtle design touches, including a dark-tinted front grille and larger sports tailpipes, reinforce the sporting character of the Continental GT Speed.
Inspiration for the GT Speed came from the legendary 'Speed' models that first appeared in 1923. The standard Bentley 3-litre had already established Bentley's engineering superiority in terms of roadholding, handling and braking, but W.O. Bentley, the company's founder, recognised the market potential for a more potent version aimed at the enthusiast driver who demanded superior performance. His response, the 3-litre 'Speed Model', complete with twin SU carburettors and a higher compression ratio engine, became one of the most coveted of all Bentleys.
Both the GT Speed and the 552bhp (560PS) Continental GT benefit from internal efficiency improvements to deliver reduced fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The Continental GT remains outstandingly quick -- its top speed is unchanged at 198mph (318km/h), with a 0-60mph sprint time of 4.6 seconds (0-100km/h in 4.8s).
The all-wheel drive Continental GT changed the face of the luxury coupe market and attracted a wider audience to the Bentley marque. It also represented the first step in Bentley's renaissance, positioning the company at the pinnacle of both technology and consumer aspiration. Since its launch, demand for a sportier version of the Continental GT was met by the successful introduction of the 2005 GT Mulliner Driving Specification and the limited edition GT Diamond Series in 2006, to celebrate 60 years of Bentley at Crewe. Now, with the launch of the Continental GT Speed, customers will enjoy even greater choice. Bentley Chairman and Chief Executive Dr Franz Josef-Paefgen welcomes the expansion of the Continental GT model offering:
"The Continental GT is a highly successful, modern-day Bentley icon. The new GT Speed, with its harder-edged character and sportier driving experience, builds on this success."
Blacked out Bentley Continental GT
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With twin-turbocharged W12 power, the finest materials furnishing the cabin and a powerful, bulldog-like presence, the Bentley Continental GT, higher-performance GT Speed and near track-ready Supersports have few peers. Combining effortless performance with an interior that is the epitome of the coachbuilder's art, the Continental GT is a prime example of a grand touring-oriented exotic luxury coupe.
The Continental's standard engine is a 6.0-liter, twin-turbo W12 that pumps out 552 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque and sends its power to all four wheels via a six-speed automatic transmission. With a 0-60 time of just 4.4 seconds, a quarter-mile performance of 12.8 seconds and a top speed approaching 200 mph, the Continental GT is a supercar in every sense. The Continental GT Speed gets the twin-turbo W12 Boosted up to 600 and torque is upped to a whopping 553 lb-ft.
The GT Speed was the most powerful automobile Bentley ever produced until the introduction of the Continental Supersports, which cranks out 621 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque. However, this power is matched to 100 fewer pounds thanks to carbon-fiber parts and the removal of such items as the backseat. Extensive retuning of the suspension and carbon-ceramic brakes allow the Continental to display some semblance of delicacy and agility on winding roads.
As one might expect, the Bentley Continental GT comes loaded with features. Highlights include 19-inch wheels, parking sensors, four-zone climate control, xenon headlights, adjustable suspension damping, 14-way power front seats, a navigation system and a 300-watt, 12-speaker audio system. In addition to its more powerful engine, the GT Speed gains 20-inch wheels with 13 dual spokes, darkened chrome mesh grilles (upper and lower), diamond-stitch leather upholstery, three-spoke steering wheel and other upgraded interior trim. The Supersports sacrifices some of these features for the sake of weight savings.
Options include the Mulliner Driving Specification Package (20-inch wheels, unique leather upholstery and upgraded wood trim), carbon-ceramic brakes and lumbar massage for the front seats. Adaptive cruise control, an iPod adapter and a 13-speaker Naim audio system are also options, but for this type of money, they should be standard. The Series 51 option of pre-selected interior treatments adds "51" badging, 20-inch polished wheels, three-tone interior color schemes, unique upholstery with contrasting piping/stitching and exclusive wood veneers.
Bentley Continental GT
Brian records a Bentley GT first parked, then start up, then drive away. See sooo many, but this one was a pretty unique color.
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