New Continental GT

on way from Bentley

Bentley Continental GT, 2024, front
Bentley Continental GT, 2024, rear

THE fourth-generation Continental GT is to be unveiled in June as the first car built around Bentley's new Ultra Performance Hybrid powertrain.

Delivering 782ps and 1000 Nm of torque, combined with 50 miles of electric-only range and a CO2figure under 50g/km, the new Continental GT is a significant step forwards for Bentley.

Not only is it claimed to be the most powerful and most dynamically capable Bentley road car in the company's 105-year history, it will also be the most sustainable - whilst retaining the handcrafted luxury synonymous with the brand.

The latest generation of chassis technology - including active all wheel drive with torque vectoring, four-wheel steering, an electronic limited slip differential, 48V electric active anti-roll control and new, advanced dual-valve dampers.

Originally unveiled in 2002, the Continental GT started the rebirth of Bentley. The car was to transform the business, catalysing a ten-fold increase in sales and redefining Bentley for the modern era.

Over the past 20 years, Continental GTs have broken speed records, and won championships and endurance races around the world.

Globally, the Continental GT is Bentley's second most popular model behind the Bentayga SUV, and one in every three Bentleys sold is a Continental GT.

Early next year, the 100,000thexample of this now iconic Grand Tourer will be handcrafted at Bentley's Dream Factory in Crewe, Cheshire.

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