Widebody Bentley Continental GT by GMP Performance


Check out the build process of a transformed Bentley boasting a Hamann Widebody kit and ADV1 wheels.

Heralding from Charlotte, North Carolina, European automotive tuning specialist GMP Performance has just concluded a complete transformation of a Bentley Continental GT touring coupe, which began with the installation of a full wide body aero kit imported from Germany. A front bumper was then added and flared extensions grafted to the factory fenders. As you can see from the set of detailed build photos, the rocker panels have been replaced by a set of side skirts that flow into the rear quarter panels.

In order to fit the custom built 22-inch ADV1 alloys, which come with brushed gunmetal centers and matte black lips & inner barrels, GMP Performance had to tub out the inner fenders under the rear quarter extensions. Next, the factory rear bumper was replaced and a rear wing added to the trunk lid. A matte charcoal grey lifted from the Lamborghini Reventon was then applied with consummate care to the body, grille, headlights and brake calipers. Performance upgrades include a stainless steel exhaust system and an ECU upgrade that bumps power from 552 and 479 to 620hp and 600lb-ft of torque.

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