The facelifted Bentley Continental GT coupe that was launched on the market in 2011 has fallen into the tuning hands of Anderson Germany, which has prepared a raft of performance and visual upgrades for the luxury model.
In factory form, the four-seater model's 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged W12 makes 567-horsepower (575PS) and 516 lb-ft (700 Nm) of peak torque, but Anderson Germany's reprogramming of the ECU and a new custom exhaust system, which features a remotely controllable valve exhaust system with three sound levels, bump output to 671hp (680PS).
A high-performance brake system and a new set of 22-inch gloss black rims in carbon, wrapped in tries size 265/30-22 at the front axle and 295/25-22 at the rear, complete the performance modifications.
Anderson Germany doesn’t stop there as it covers the body of the Continental GT in a carbon costume that includes the bonnet, front grille, boot lid, front lower spoiler and lower lip, side skirts with air intakes and the rear spoiler with diffuser. Five white LED emitters on each side are also part of the exterior package.
The interior of the British luxury coupe is decked out in carbon fiber appliques, along with a sports steering wheel, new leather and Alcantara seat, door and dashboard surfaces, plus white LED front and rear footwell lighting with dimming function.