Mansory's Frankfurt Bentley Continental GTC Is A 1,000-HP Chrome Pumpkin


It definitely won't be for everyone.

If all the new reveals and concept cars at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show are making your head spin and your eyes bleed then feast your eyes on what Mansory has cooked up. The tuning house gave the Bentley Continental GTC a radical redesign inside and out. The luxury convertible now pushes 1,001 horsepower and 885 lb-ft of torque thanks to a variety of new parts, including: new pistons and rods, a new camshaft, an upgraded turbo, a new exhaust and of course the requisite computer tinkering.

All that and more allows the Mansory Continental GTC to rocket to 62 mph in 3.9 seconds and hit a top speed of 205 mph. With those performance numbers you figure the engine would be the big draw here but unless you’re missing eyes then you know the exterior is the star attraction. The burnt orange chrome wrap and black carbon fiber everything is a simply stunning combination. Reading about design languages and continued brand innovation gets old after a while, so it’s nice to see Mansory livening up the Frankfurt Motor Show with this badass Bentley.

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