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Bold, sexy, distinctive design; sophisticated, powerful W12 engine; ultra-comfortable interior; exclusivity; available as a convertible.
Bentley's Continental GT boasts subtle design and mechanical changes for 2008, and it sheds 77 pounds. Front end styling has been revised; the grille is now more upright, the bumper sits lower and contains a wider air intake, and the quad headlights carry a new design. Engine internals have been changed as well, and while the W12 still puts out 552 horsepower, it does so with a new camshaft chain, new crankcase, and a new engine management system, which reduces fuel consumption and emissions. The car also features several minor tweaks to the chassis, steering, and suspension systems, and a "Sport Traction" mode has been added to the traction control system. New standard features in the GT as well as the GTC convertible include Sirius satellite radio, a better Bluetooth system, an embossed "B" in the brake pedal, and a new Breitling clock. New options include carbon-ceramic brakes, a three-spoke steering wheel, a backup camera, and several new colors. Perhaps most importantly, the GT has also been severely tweaked to create another model--the GT Speed. The Speed gets 602 horsepower from the W12 thanks to a host of internal engine changes, including new pistons, connecting rods, and timing chain. The Speed wears a darker front grille and rides lower than the standard GT. It also uses an improved, faster Servotronic steering system, which can be put to use on the way to the car's top speed of 202 mph.