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Bentley Continental 2016

Posted 19.06.2020
Condition: Used
Select body type: Coupe / GCC specs
Location: Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road
Sale price 400000 AED
≈108902 USD
Mileage: 16380 km
Body colour: Purple
Transmission: Automatic
Engine displacement: 400 cm³
Cylinders: 8
Power (h.p.): 521 hp
Doors: 2
Fuel type: Petrol
Interior colour: White
Steering wheel: Left


Since it launched 13 years ago, Bentley’s Continental GT has seen a host of incremental improvements. Originally available solely powered by Volkswagen’s complex, compact W-12, the baby Bentley saw perhaps its biggest change when a V-8 engine option became available for 2013. Wearing the flying B accented with red, rather than the traditional black of the 12-cylinder cars, the V-8 models barely suffered in straight-line performance, while the reduced weight on the nose made the 21st century’s Beverly Hills taxi a whole lot more fun to hurl down a winding road. What’s New: While Bentley’s W-12 models receive a revised engine for 2016, the Continental GT V8 S continues with the same 521-hp variant of the Volkswagen Group’s 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8. All Contis get revised, sharper creases in the sheetmetal, a smaller grille, and a restyled decklid. Inside, the steering wheel shrinks a bit, the center console has been redone, and new materials choices are available, including stone veneers for those who prefer to knock on something a shade harder than wood and less common than carbon fiber. In a sop to modern life, in-car Wi-Fi now is an available option. he lighter V-8 Continentals are the undisputed athletes of Crewe’s line. Pushed hard, the V8 S seems to drop 1500 pounds, behaving like a smaller, nimbler, lighter machine than it actually is, reminding the driver of its true mass only as it nears its considerable limits. Another modern VW Group speed sled, the Porsche 911 Turbo S, seems to work entirely via some dark magic cast from the unholy bowels of Weissach. Not so with the Conti. You can feel the big bruiser’s front wheels put themselves to work pulling the car out of tight corners. It comes off almost like an overgrown Audi Sport Quattro without the 1980s clunkiness or laughable turbo lag. As it is in Audi’s range of supersaloons, the snarling 4.0-liter V-8 is an unflappable powerplant, offering urge whenever it’s required. It’s not quite as visceral and violent as AMG’s new 4.0-liter, but it better suits the Bentley’s more-reserved character than the roaring, cracking thing from Affalterbach
Cooled seats
Heated seats
Multifunction steering wheel
Power windows
Power locks
Power mirrors
Power steering
Air conditioning / climate control
Anti-lock brakes / ABS
Collision avoidance system
Cruise control
Electronic stability control
Premium light
Driver airbag
Passenger airbag
Front and rear bumpers
Rims and tyres
Tinted glass
Parking sensors rear / front
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