And if you ever decide to, say, place a luxury car efficiency bet with your business partners, this Bentley is ready to help you, with its cylinder deactivation and start-stop features.
Further down the power line, we find an eight-speed dual-clutch tranny, with the Brits having skipped the traditional torque converter hardware. As we've been accustomed, power is sent to all four wheels, with the 0 to 60 mph sprint taking a supercar-rivaling 3.6 seconds, while the maximum velocity sits at 207 mph.
On the suspension front, the 48-volt dynamic anti-roll system works together with air springs featuring three chambers per unit to deliver the optimal ride and to handle compromise.
By now, you must be familiar with the centerpiece of the 2018 Continental GT's cabin, namely the rotating three-side display occupying the center of the dashboard. As such, you can choose between a touchscreen infotainment unit, three analog gauges and a book-matching veneer. As for the driver, he or she gets to enjoy a digital instrument cluster.
Audiophiles will be thrilled to find out that a Bang & Olufsen 16-speaker system comes as a mid-way option (the standard system has 10 speakers). As for the range-topping audio, this comes from the British automaker's traditional partner Naim (think: 18 speakers with a pair of Active Bass Transducers).
If the 17 hues of the new-age Conti aren't enough for you, the extended range is ready to deliver 70 hues. As for the cabin, you can select between 15 trims, just as many carpets and 8 veneers.
For now, we're inviting you to stare into the eyes of the Frankfurt model, which is where you'll find Matrix LED technology. Keep in mind that this is still not legal in the US, though.
The 2018 Bentley Continental GT is set to reach dealers across the US in the first months of next year, while the pricing information has yet to be announced.