Since Prior Design announced plans for the Bentley Continental GTC last month, we now have the finalized kit from the tuning company. It features new front and rear bumpers, side skirts, and a vented hood along with a carbon fiber rear spoiler and diffuser. Adding some additional horsepower is the stainless steel exhaust system, while the tuners then turned to the interior for improvements. Carbon fiber trim was used inside the Bentley Continental GTC, however Prior Design did not yet release the cost of all these upgrades. The premium car maker of the Bentley Continental Supersports is a favorite for tuning companies, and this package is called the ‘High Society’ which is now available for order.
This Bentley seen here is most likely the most customized Continental Supersports on the United States highways. Owned by MLB pitcher Carlos Silva, it first received a unique body kit from the tuners at MC Customs in Miami, Florida. Then the addition of the SV- 31C Xtreme Concave Savini Wheels will make your jaw drop all the way to the carbon fiber lip. There are no pictures inside, however we do know that everything on this Bentley Continental was modified, from the custom wide body kit to the custom paint, Savini wheels, and unique interior.
The luxury car tuning firm at Onyx has released a new GTO package for the Bentley Continental GT. This aero kit consists of a new front bumper with carbon inserts, LED daytime running lights, and a carbon fiber lower front splitter. The wheel arches have been extended with wider pieces, as well as the new side skirts. At the rear of the Bentley is a redesigned bumper, diffuser made from carbon fiber, and a boot lid spoiler as well rounding it out. Under the hood, the power was boosted to around 660 bhp, an increase of about 100 horsepower. The sports car has been lowered and received new 22-inch forged rims in black before the tuners moved inside. Upon opening the doors you will notice a bespoke buffalo hide leather interior and carbon fiber trims throughout.
The new tuners from Amari Design have released some teaser pictures of the Bentley Continental GT they have been working on. Their tuning company is based in the UK, and this package consists of a new body kit, interior mods, and performance parts under the hood. First the aftermarket supercharger was installed, along with a sport exhaust system, and new ECU. Amara Design stated that the Bentley Continental now produces 750 horsepower, while riding on larger alloy rims and high performance tires. Exterior styling improvements came next.
This Bentley replica doesn’t look half bad, based off a Chrysler Sebring, which seems like a decent car for building a replica of a Continental GTC. It’s definitely better than the old Pontiac Fiero’s people are using to build Ferrari and Lamborghini replicas. Was listed on eBay and the auction has already ended, with no bids unfortunately, so we’re not sure if it will ever be completed. However, for the money, this Bentley replica seems like a good car investment if someone can finish it to look exactly like the real deal. The seller claims that he will be finishing the carpet, adding a new windscreen, door mirrors, and a custom dual exhaust with real Bentley tips. Pictures also show authentic Bentley interior pieces, but a dashboard will need to be custom made to fit these. Then it will need the seats upholstered, a new convertible top, sound system, and navigation to make it look 100% genuine.
Most of the time a car catching on fire is due to overheating or poor engineering with the electrical parts, but the Russian media are believing something different with this Bentley Continental GT. Nobody knows exactly what happened to this luxury car, but people are suggesting that an angry group of pedestrians set it on fire because the owner took up three parking spots. If this is true, then I don’t feel bad for the owner because owning a Bentley doesn’t buy you the right for more parking space. So, let’s make this a rule now, don’t park your car in more than one space!
Here is one of the first Bentley Continental Supersports to receive custom tuning from the American company WheelsBoutique. The stock wheels were swapped out with gloss black 22-inch HRE 940R’s, and wrapped in Pirelli PZero tires. The Bentley front end received a lip to match the color of the car, and the interior was fitted with several matching accessories as well. Additional modifications include a RSC exhaust system, an Evo MS Tune system, Mansory air filter, and a Renntech lowering module to complete the Continental Supersports.
There’s been a good number of Bentley cars to hit the tuning scene, the latest being the Continental GT from Dartz. The Russian tuning firm unveiled their new take on the Bentley Continental with the special “SS” logo and white snake skin vinyl. Dartz has been a custom shop that specializes in ridiculously expensive cars, tuning them for people who have nothing better to spend their money on. This Bentley Continental GT SS fits the exact type of insane project these tuners frequently do. Now the trick here to these pictures is you must look very closely to see the snake skin material.
Project Kahn, a British car tuning company, has released their upgrade package for the 2010 Bentley Continental GT. This package upgrades the Bentley’s style while still keeping it classy. To begin the upgrade process, they installed tinted privacy glass along with a unique, yet elegant wide body kit upgrading the exterior with new side sills, redesigned rear apron, rear boot spoiler, and a new front spoiler. To go a little further, the tuners added some RS-D Diamond wheels and an electronic lowering module, just some of the sleek features offered in the Project Kahn Bentley Continental GT-S.
A new version of the Bentley Continental GT has be released by tuning firm TopCar. Back in 2009 they launched the blacked out edition for the Bentley, and this time the Bullet Grey edition features new carbon fiber inserts along with other aftermarket parts. For the exterior, TopCar started off with addition air intakes in the bonnet, a GT Speed radiator grille, LED daytime running lights, front bumper lip, blacked out lights all around, side skirts, rear diffuser, rear wing, and lower side moldings. Chrome exhaust tips from the high performance exhaust round out the cars styling, and the new paint job gives us a completely new Bentley Continental GT.
The Bentley Continental Supersports sees custom modifications by the German tuning firm Wheelsandmore. As their name implies, Wheelsandmore installed sport wheels and tires in addition to new brake and suspension systems. Striking under-hood tweaks also grace this modification package. Already Bentley’s fastest and most powerful coupe, Wheelsandmore took the Bentley Continental Supersports from 630 HP to 702 bhp and 650 lb-ft torque via their in-house ECU tuning upgrade, custom stainless steel exhaust, and special sport catalysts.
No, it’s not a Pontiac GTO, this is the new Bentley Continental GT Platinum GTO tuned by the team at Onyx. They have taken this “Camry for rich folks” car, and unleashed a stunning package to transform the way it looks and performs. Onyx was able to boost the W12 engine that previously boasted 550 horsepower, and push it beyond 640 hp. Aerodynamic enhancements to the Bentley Continental GT include a re-styled front bumper with carbon fiber, LED daytime running lights, and a carbon fiber front splitter. Additions to the rear consist of a new rear bumper with carbon fiber diffuser and deck lid spoiler. Onyx was able to fit large 22-inch matte black wheels on the Bentley Platinum GTO, and more information is available in the press release after the jump.