Feast Your Eyes on Hamann's Tuned Bentley Continental
So, the photos published by Hamann, which are also available in the photo gallery below the article, show a new body kit which includes a number of aftermarket parts, including here a new front bumper, side skirts, new exhaust system, new rear lower fascia and new rear wing. Interiors have also been tuned with what seems to be carbon fiber instead of the standard wooden-made parts.
Unfortunately, Hamann didn't provide any kind of information regarding the engine so we can't say for sure if the German tuner improved the engine as well but, taking into account the previous models the company modified in the past, it's likely to see a 100+ horsepower increase.
Bentley Continental GT arrived on the market in 2003 and boasted a 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged engine which produced 552 horsepower and a top speed of 198 mph (319 km/h). The Continental GT Speed was officially released in 2007, being mostly known as the facelift of the previous model but incorporating almost the same technical specifications with slight improvements in engine performance. Maximum speed was now rated at 207 mph (331 km/h).
As previously mentioned, there's no information regarding the tuned model so keep an eye on autoevolution to find out more details as soon as they're provided.
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