But that doesn't apply to one of their recent builds, a Bentley Continental GT, which is actually quite appealing, and not only for something that bears the signature of Keyvany. The luxury grand tourer has had its exterior tweaked, cockpit reupholstered, and engine massaged to deliver more, and we're certainly fans of the design – for the most part.
If it wasn't for the Keyvany logos, we could've sworn this vehicle came from Mansory. It features similar add-ons to the front bumper, including those on the side vents and the chunky apron with side blades. It also has side skirt attachments, a vented hood, a new diffuser out back with cutouts for the stacked exhaust tips, and a spoiler on the trunk lid.
The multi-spoke wheels replaced the stock ones, featuring a black look and spinning around the orange brake calipers. And since we've inevitably moved on to the colors, it is worth noting that the dominating hue on the outside is gray and that the attachments have a naked carbon fiber look. The tuner's emblems decorate the nose and trunk lid and round off the exterior makeover.
Opening the door will reveal the reupholstered cockpit, with its orange leather upholstery and even more carbon fiber. Keyvany's logo was embossed into the headrests at the front and rear and can also be seen on the new floor mats that sport, like the seats, door cards, and carpets, diamond quilting. The ambient lighting contributes to the elevated flair, and so does the starlight headliner, which appears to complete the list of aftermarket goodies.
But don't go anywhere yet, as this Bentley Continental GT also has more power. Keyvany does not say how it obtained it, stating only that the magic number is 900 horses, which are likely metric. That would translate to 887 brake horsepower and 662 kilowatts, which is a healthy boost over the stock twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter W12 engine of the car that's normally good for 650 hp (659 ps/485 kW). An unmolested example will hit 60 mph (97 kph) in 3.5 seconds, so this one is likely a few tenths quicker.