The new Bentley Continental GT protagonist in Milan AutoClassica
Bentley Milano, exclusive dealer for the Italian market, participates in the eighth edition of Milano AutoClassica with the highest expression of the Granturismo car, the new Bentley Continental GT created with that unmistakable touch of Anglo-Saxon elegance that will surely meet the public's taste fans of the Milan show.
Designed, developed and created with craftsmanship in UK, the third generation of the Continental GT enhances the themes and styles of a product that has created that unmistakable way of being Bentley.
A combination of exclusive details, brilliant performances that blend with the value of craftsmanship and the most innovative technology, to give life to the finest Granturismo.
The engine of the Continental GT is a new version of the proven W12 TSI twin-turbo 6-liter Bentley combined for the first time with an eight-speed transmission and dual clutch, which ensures faster and more efficient travel.
The newly developed adaptive chassis uses Bentley's innovative 48-volt Dynamic Ride system, which guarantees exceptional maneuverability and a drive that enhances dynamics on any road surface.
The new system constantly monitors the behavior with particular attention to the "G lateral", mitigating excessive movements in order to offer a very high comfort, safety for passengers and give an absolutely precise driving sensation.
The new Continental GT also presents important developments regarding the special technologies used by Bentley.
A sophisticated all-digital instrument panel designed to meet the driver's ergonomic needs and the Bentley Rotating Display are among the main innovations for those are driving.
The new 12.3" touchscreen display is housed in a unit with root inserts that rotate to show the screen and three elegant analog dials.
The preferences of Italian customers to date have been directed for 70% towards Continental GT which is therefore the most interesting novelty on the market and will not fail to catalyze the attention of the public present in Milan AutoClassica, which opens today and will last until Sunday.