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The New Bentley Continental GT Mulliner Is The Most Powerful Continental GT Ever

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Mulliner combines the best of Bentley’s performance and luxury to make the ultimate Continental GT.

It’s been called by Bentley the “fastest, most dynamic, and most luxurious member of the Continental range,” and it aims to be the ultimate in the world of two-door luxury grand tourers. Combining the chassis of the GT Speed with the enhanced performance of the W12 engine, this new Continental GT Mulliner is the most powerful Continental GT ever. With an incredible 650 horsepower and 664 lb/ft of torque on tap, you can sit in the lap of absolute luxury while getting from 0-60 in just 3.5 seconds and climbing to a soaring top speed of 208 mph.

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Everything about the Continental GT Mulliner aims to combine all of the best Bentley has to offer. From the uncompromising luxury of the Azure model to the performance of the Speed model to the artistic flair of Mulliner, the Continental GT Mulliner dominates in luxury, speed, and style. The interior is customizable between multiple color combinations, with 88 wood trims available and nearly 400,000 stitches in the “Diamond in Diamond” quilting, available in a range of thread colors. The diamond-shaped motif continues with a new grille, available in chrome or gloss black.  The ultimate Continental GT will make an epic debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed to take on the hillclimb with the 3 new Bentley S models, along with the first car in Bentley’s Blower Continuation Series, Blower Car Zero.


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