2011 Bentley Continental GT,Reviews

The 2011 Bentley Continental GTcarries over pretty much unchanged.

Introduction It's difficult to argue that the Bentley Continental GT is anything but a solid choice among ultra-luxury convertibles.

Body Styles, Trim Levels, and Options
The 2011 Bentley Continental GT is a premium luxury convertible offered in a single, well-appointed trim level.

Standard features include painted 19-inch forged-aluminum wheels, a power-folding soft top, an electronically adjustable air suspension, bi-xenon headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, front and rear parking sensors, keyless ignition/entry, a full leather interior with a choice of primary and secondary hides in 17 colors, burl walnut trim, dual-zone automatic climate control with rear-seat controls, 10-way power heated front seats with memory functions and power lumbar, Bluetooth, a navigation system and a 12-speaker stereo with satellite radio and a glovebox-mounted six-CD changer.


Options include carbon-ceramic brakes (only available with the optional 20-inch wheels), a power-opening and -closing trunk, adaptive cruise control, a heated steering wheel, an 1,100-watt 13-speaker Naim sound system with two subwoofers, an iPod interface, massaging front seats, four upgraded interior veneers and a rearview camera.
Powering the Bentley Continental GT is a twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter engine with its 12 cylinders arranged in the Volkswagen Group's unique "W" formation.

Standard safety features for the 2011 Continental GT include stability control, traction control, front-seat side airbags and antilock disc brakes with brake assist.

Even with the lofty expectations that come with any Bentley, the Continental GT's interior does not disappoint.

Driving Impressions Despite the 2011 Continental GT's portly weight and plus-sized dimensions, it is surprisingly well mannered in terms of performance.

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