Starting with the Continental GTC, it will be the drop-top version of the latest-generation Continental (obviously) and therefore shares a design with its hard-topped sibling. As a result, the coupe’s sleek new front fascia is present, as are the narrow headilghts and gaping-wide tailpipes.
Due to the presence of very little camouflage on this prototype, it seems apparent that the Continental GTC’s launch is just around the corner. A launch at the Geneva Motor Show next month is a safe bet.
As for the new Flying Spur, its exterior design will also bare obvious similarities to the Continental.
In the cabin, the sedan will adopt a digital instrument cluster with a rotating display that reveals a 12.3-inch touchscreen panel. Also set to please Bentley customers will be a Bang & Olufsen premium audio system and 20-way power front seats with heating, cooling, and massage functions.
Engine options will be the same as the Continental, meaning Bentley’s powerful 6.0-liter W12 with 626 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque will make an appearance. Sending power to the ground will be an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission paired to all-wheel drive.
The new Bentley Flying Spur is expected to land at an auto show before the end of the year.
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