By action | January 11, 2009
Bentley unveils the new GTC Speed – the fastest four-seat convertible ever.
The new model shares the same 6 litre W12 power source as the GTC range, although the Speed’s imposing dark wire mesh grille, 20” rims, rear spoiler sets it apart from more sedate stable-mates.
Even at two and a half tonnes, the Speed more than makes up for its less than imaginative moniker by rocking up to 0-60 mph in just 4.5 seconds. Its lowered suspension and wider than standard air intakes also help it power its way up to an earth-shattering 200 mph with the roof up and 195 mph when lowered.
For a roughly $196,000 price tag, you could see your Speed fitted with fade-resistant carbon-ceramic brakes – the largest fitted to any production car in the world – and Bentley’s Adaptive Cruise Control system.
Can you see yourself driving this? If not, YOU SHOULD!
2009 is the year to “Dream Big!”
I have owned quite a few cars, trucks and suv’s. Here is a picture of my Dodge Viper:
Did you see the licence plate?
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