Bentley Continental GT by Anderson


The German tuning house has given the British luxury cruiser a comprehensive overhaul.

Dusseldorf-based tuner Anderson Germany has revealed its latest aftermarket program for the Bentley Continental GT, the highlight of which is the serious increase in output. By optimizing the ECU and adding a remote-controlled valve exhaust system, the 6.0-liter W12 engine is boosted from 567 to 680 horsepower. All that additional power combined with a two-ton-plus curb weight means adding high-performance brakes was a must, while handling was improved by fitting a set of 22-inch alloys finished in gloss black.

To improve the Conti’s looks, Anderson used a carbon-fiber exterior package made up of a new hood, lower front spoiler and lip, side skirts with air intakes, and a rear spoiler and diffuser. Five white LEDs on each side give the Bentley undercar illumination, and completing the upgrades is a shade of Grey Hyper Gloss Metallic paint. Inside, a carbon-fiber interior package is complemented by a new sports steering wheel, black leather and Alcantara trim, white LED footwell lighting and a high-end sound system.

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