Three trim levels comprise the Continental GT Convertible range for 2021: the Continental GT Convertible, Continental GT V8 Convertible, and Continental GT Mulliner Convertible. As the name suggests, the V8 naturally comes with a V8 engine, while the GT Convertible is powered by a burly W12. The Mulliner offers a choice of either powertrain. Regardless of the motor, an eight-speed automatic transmission rows the gears and directs outputs to all four wheels.
Riding on 20-, 21-, or 22-inch wheels, all models come outfitted with full LED exterior lighting and a power-retractable roof. The cabin is dressed in plush leather and trimmed in wood, metal, or piano black, but a vast number of configurations and veneers are on offer. When the top is up, dual-zone automatic climate control keeps the interior temperate, while available 20-way power heated front seats make sure those up front are kept in optimal comfort. Conveniences include keyless entry and ignition, while the safety suite comprises a rearview camera, front and rear parking sensors, and blind-spot monitoring.
Available specification packages can be optioned on to add ventilated front seats with massage functions, as well as lane assist, rear cross-traffic alert, a surround-view camera, and a head-up display.
Bentley Continental Mulliner Convertible vs V8 Convertible
Bentley Continental Mulliner Convertible vs W12 Convertible
Bentley Continental V8 Convertible vs Mulliner Convertible
Bentley Continental V8 Convertible vs W12 Convertible
Bentley Continental W12 Convertible vs Mulliner Convertible
Bentley Continental W12 Convertible vs V8 Convertible