Tuesday, September 06, 2011

2012 Bentley Continental GTC

2012 Bentley Continental GTC

The new Bentley Continental GTC offers a seductive combination of performance, style and exclusivity. It follows a celebrated tradition, as Bentley has been making iconic open tourers for over ninety years.

2012 Bentley Continental GTC
2012 Bentley Continental GTC
2012 Bentley Continental GTC
From the golden era of coachbuilding to the swinging sixties, and from Hollywood to St Tropez, to be seen at the wheel of a Bentley convertible told the world that you appreciated design, craftsmanship and engineering in equal measure. Even with this exalted pedigree, the Continental GTC represents a new pinnacle for the marque: it has been sharpened, refined and rethought in every detail. The result is a convertible sports car that offers supercar levels of performance together with luxurious accommodation for four people. So if you are looking for the enchantment of open-top motoring, there’s no better place to experience it than at the wheel of a Bentley.

ENGINE
Engine Capacity; 5998cc
Max. Power: 567bhp / 423Kw / 575PS @ 6000rpm
Max.Torque: 700Nm, 516 lb-ft @ 1700rpm
Emission Level: EU5 / LEV11
Fuel: 98 (95) RON

DRIVELINE AND TRANSMISSION
Continuous all-wheel drive
40/60 front/rear torque split
ZF 6-speed automatic transmission with steering column-mounted paddleshift

PERFORMANCE
Max. Speed: 195mph / 314km/h*
Acceleration: 0 - 60mph 4.5 seconds*
Acceleration: 0 - 100km/h 4.8 seconds*
* Power rating based on 98 RON fuel

FUEL CONSUMPTION
EU DRIVE CYCLE
Urban: 11.1mpg 25.4 litres/100km**
Extra-Urban: 24.9mpg 11.4 litres/100km**
Combined: 17.1mpg 16.5 litres/100km**
CO2 emissions (combined): 384g/km**

EPA DRIVE CYCLE
City Driving: 11 USmpg***
Highway Driving :19 USmpg***
Combined: 14 USmpg***
**Fuel consumption figures are provisional and subject to Type Approval.
***Fuel consumption figures are provisional and subject to EPA Certification.

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