Bentley has prepared a special edition of the Continental GT to remind of their record set at Pikes Peak at the end of June.
As a reminder, Continental GT crossed the Pikes Peak 19.98-kilometer route with 156 curves in a record 10:18.488 minutes (8.4 seconds faster than the previous 2015 series record), with an average speed of 112 km/h.
That’s why this special Bentley Continental GT has a Radium by Mulliner color modeled on the color of the car from Pikes Peak. In addition, there are carbon fiber aero body kit, gloss black details, green brake pliers, 22-inch gloss black wheels, tires, Pirelli P Zero, Pikes Peak markings on the front fenders, as well as the “100” number on the front grill (in honor of the company’s 100th anniversary).
Also included in the interior are black leather seats, Alcantara, green contrast stitching, carbon fiber details, Pikes Peak badges, Pikes Peak logo on the headrests, and the B & 0 audio system.
Under the hood is a 6.0 liter twin-turbo W12 engine with 635hp and 900Nm, combined with 8-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel-drive, acceleration to 100 km/h is 3.6 seconds and top speed is 333 km/h.
Finally, it should be noted that the production of this car will be handled by the Mulliner department at the Crewe plant, where a limited edition of only 15 will be made.