Startech Shows Bentley Continental GTC Owners How To Spend Their Play Money

For the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show, Startech has prepped its owned tuned version of the Bentley Continental GTC. Following in the footsteps of its fixed roof sibling that was presented in Geneva half a year ago, the open-top grand tourer boasts a similar exterior makeover.

On the front, you will see the new bumper with integrated carbon fiber wing, which is a €6,902 ($7,607) accessory in the German market, tax included. The carbon fiber side mirror caps will cost you an additional €2,165.80 ($2,387), whereas the carbon fiber duck lid spoiler, with a high gloss finish, and rear diffuser will drain another €3,332 ($3,672) and €5,355 ($5,902), respectively, from your bank account.

Also Read: Believe It Or Not, Bentley’s 2020 Continental GT Has 7 BILLION Different Configurations!

Startech can also paint the exterior chrome applications in exchange for €7,211.40 ($7,948) and add a ceramic coating, in anthracite or black, to the original exhaust tips for another €654.50 ($721). The exterior look is completed by the 10×22- or 11.5×22-inch Monostar M wheels, which cost €3,213 ($3,541) and €3,451 ($3,803). However, if you want to keep the factory set, then the tuner recommends going for the €1,142 ($1,259) spacers, which add 30 mm (1.2 in) to each axle. The lowering kit for the Continental GTC brings the body 25 mm (1 in) closer to the road and costs €1,404.20 ($1,548).

Opening the door reveals the re-done interior, complete with tailor-made leather appliques, for an undisclosed price. The carbon/wood trim is an €8,568 ($9,443) option, including installation, whereas the leather carpet floor mats with stitching will set you back a whopping €10,234 ($11,279).

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Photo credits: Stefan Baldauf / Guido ten Brink for Carscoops

  • Porkopolis

    Exterior = Amazing
    Interior = Chinese Vomitorium

  • TheBelltower

    Love the exterior, aside from the wheels. The interior is really boujie.

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