Bentley recently launched the new Continental GTC Speed which is essentially the convertible version of the GT Speed Coupe. Power comes from the same mighty W12 6.0-liter twin-turbo engine capable of developing no less than 616 HP and a maximum torque of 590 lb-ft available between 2,000 rpm and 5,000 rpm. It enables the convertible to achieve the 0-62 mph sprint in an impressive 4.4 seconds, onwards to a top speed of 202 mph (325 km/h). Compared to the coupe, it is 0.1 seconds slower while performing the sprint and 3 mph (5 km/h) slower in terms of top speed, but even so it still is the quickest four-seat cabrio ever made.
Power is sent to the wheels through an eight-speed Quickshift automatic transmission developed by ZF. This power is sent to all wheels with a front/rear 40/60 default split, with the car riding on a double wishbone front suspension and a multi-link layout. Both of them were tweaked while the convertible was lowered by 10mm.
It rides on 21-inch Speed alloy wheels and features a dark chrome look for the matrix radiator front grille and bumper air intakes. At the back it has elliptical exhaust pipes featuring a “rifled” interior. Inside the cabin it gets as standard diamond-quilted leather upholstery and an infotainment system.