2015 Bentley Continental GT Speed has its Geneva Debut

Reveal

This is the fastest Bentley ever made.

What you’re looking at is the fastest production Bentley ever made. The 2015 Continental GT Speed has once again been the recipient of even more power. Its 6.0-liter twin-turbo W12 has been increased from 616 horsepower to 626 hp and 607 lb-ft of torque. Instead of a 205 mph top speed, drivers will experience 206 mph. Like the hardtop, the GT Speed Convertible has also received this power boost, and has a new top speed of 203 mph.

Bentley has also lowered the cars’ chassis, stiffened the suspension, and added new carbon fiber front splitter, side skirts and rear diffuser. Riding on a set of dark tinted 21-inch alloys, both the coupe and convertible have a striking presence. Cosmetic touches such as red brake calipers, bits of chrome throughout, and dark tinted alloys that match the tinted head- and taillights are particularly nice. Inside and you’ll find the familiar diamond-quilted seating patterns, along with new stitching and color options. There’s also a new sound system and even neck warmers. We’re still waiting on official pricing, but we wouldn’t be surprised to see at least a slight increase from last year.

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