The Bentley Grand Convertible has been described as a concept but in reality this is a pre-production model unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show to test the customer reaction in perhaps the biggest market for such a luxurious convertible car.
Convertible Car News: Bentley
7th January 2013
Bentley’s GTC has long been an exceptional convertible car in both performance and luxury. The latest model to be revealed – the Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible with its top speed of 202 mph (325 km/h) takes the concept even further as the world’s fastest four-seat convertible car.
26th August 2012
The Bentley Azure was for many years the ultimate luxury convertible. Sat at the top of the Bentley range it was big, opulent and expensive. Since 2011 when the Azure T finished its production run the mid-range Bentley Continental GTC has left to hold the convertible flag. Things may be due to change soon as Bentley are working on an Azure successor to compete with the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe at the pinnacle of automotive extravagance.
12th December 2011
Details of a new Bentley Continental GTC V8 has been released prior to its official unveiling at the Detroit Auto Show in January. The new V8 powered car will sit alongside the original Bentley Continental GTC W12 model at what we assume will be a lower price.
14th September 2011
The Frankfurt Show turned out to be a convertible-fest with a slew of new cars and concepts from manufacturers worldwide. We take a look at the most interesting cabriolets and roadsters on offer from the latest Mercedes and Ferrari super cars down to more everyday convertibles.
24th August 2011
Bentley’s convertible Continental has a thorough makeover to keep it inline with the latest coupe. It may not look much different but the sum of the changes create a well balanced new car.
26th June 2011
The 1921 convertible was the very first Bentley to leave the production line in 1921 after two development cars EXP (for experiment) 1 and 2.
26th April 2011
Bentley goes all Porsche 911 GT3 with the Continental Supersports. We wonder where they’re going with all this…