Bentley Continental Supersports

The new Continental Supersport, the fastest, most powerful Bentley ever produced. Think of it as the ultimate "GT Speed". It now features a W12 (not a typo, the W stands for two banked V6's) capable of going from 0-60 in 3.7 (according to Bentley) from 621 hp. It also has a stunning 590 Ib ft of touque from 1700 to 5600 rpm.

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Bentley Continental Supersports
The Continental Supersport is the fastest and most powerful Bentley ever. It is the extreme Bentley, a muscular two-seater that delivers supercar performance and a highly focused driving experience. The Supersports is also the first Bentley capable of running on both petrol (gasoline) and biofuel, pioneering the use of FlexFuel technology in the luxury sector. This represents stage one of the company's commitment to make its complete model range compatible with renewable fuels by 2012.





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Genewa 2009: Bentley Continental Supersports
Najszybszy Bentley w historii został zaprezentowany na salonie samochodowym w Genewie. To mostrum może bez obaw stanąć w szranki z nowym 911 GT3.





The Evolution of Style Featuring the 600hp Bentley Continental GT Speed
Thursday, October 4, 2007 Bentley Long Island held their 600hp Bentley Continental GT Speed event on October 4th, 2007. It was held at Republic Airport in Farmingdale, NY in conjunction with Talon Air, a private jet company. Bentley Long Island displayed Bentley automobiles in Talon Air's hangar, among jets and helicopters available for private charter. Guests enjoyed a catered lunch, compliments of Talon Air. Out on the runway, two professional drivers from Skip Barber Racing School escorted guests through acceleration, braking, and slalom exercises on a course lined with cones. After the guests were familiarized with the course, they got their chance to drive the Bentley GT Speed on the runway. In total, there were over 100 test drives throughout the day. It was a great turnout and a hugely successful event!




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