2017 Bentley Continental has used the name of several generations of luxury cars since 1952. The Bentley Continental GT is a major tourism produced by the British automaker Bentley Motors since 2003. Bentley Continental was the first car launched by Bentley under the direction of Volkswagen AG After the acquisition of the company in 1998, and the first Bentley to use “mass production” manufacturing techniques. The platform is shared with the Volkswagen Phaeton.
In 1994, Rolls-Royce Motors introduced a prototype convertible car, the Geneva Motor Show – the concept of Java. The car was designed to be a very desirable, but smaller, more affordable but still exclusive Bentley to maintain brand integrity. It was to attract a new range of potential buyers and generate increased sales volume to Rolls Royce. The concept of Java never became productive as 1994. However, Bentley Continental GT has made the Java concept as affordable Bentley made in much larger volumes. Although the external styling is different, the design of the dashboard has been clearly influenced by Java.
2017 Bentley Continental : Flying Spur
The Continental Flying Spur four-door saloon was first exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show 2005. The Flying Spur used most of the technical bases of Bentley Continental GT was introduced in the European and North American markets during the summer of 2005 Bentley Continental GT and Bentley’s Flying Spur boosted annual production of about 1,000 units in 2003. at 9200 units in 2006.
The Flying Spur has a 6-cylinder engine with 12 liters configured Unlike a conventional 12-cylinder engine with two six-seat (V-12) W-shaped, the Continental 6-liter engine is configured on two VR six Cylinders each (2x VR6). This significantly reduces the length of the W-12 engine, compared to a configuration with two seats. The product W-12 552 hp (412 kW 560 PS), accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 4.9 seconds and propels the maximum flight speed of 194 mph (312 km / h). A notable aspect of the 2017 Bentley Continental Flying Spur is its front door. Made like a traditional grille in chrome plated brass, it’s a metal core coated plastic. This was designed as a security feature; It is designed to break into impact with a pedestrian.
2017 Bentley Continental : GT / GTC
The convertible version of Continental GT, Continental GTC was first introduced in September 2005 and was introduced to several global markets in the fall of 2006. The roof is produced by Karmann in Osnabrück, Germany. The CWG uses identical details of the propulsion system as GT and can accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour (0.0 to 62.1 ml / h) in 5.1 seconds.
With the roof, it will reach a top speed of 314 kilometers per hour (195,100 hours) and with a roof of 305 kilometers per hour (189.5 mi / h). 2017 Bentley Continental was unveiled at the New York International Auto Show. Followed by C. de Salamanca in Seville.