The Bentley Continental GT in its stock form is a very boring car. There’s nothing much to the car, except for a lot of weight. Unless you shell out a lot more for the Continental Super Sport, which receives a little more to the outside and gives it an aggressive look.
German car tuners Prior Design said the same thing as me and decided to “Go big or go home”. They chose the Bentley Continental GT Cabriolet as their canvass and went to work. They started out with the front bumper and totally revamped it and added a carbon fiber splitter to reduce the front axle updraft. To keep heat out of the engine bay, they added to hood vents to help evacuate hot air from the engine. To finish off the front, the Continental GT receives a new grill and two carbon fiber air outlets on top.
New side skirts give the Continental GT a longer and lower silhouette. Also a new rear bumper with an integrated working diffuser helps create additional downforce on the rear axles. A new stainless steel exhaust cleanly integrated into the rear bumper also helps in opening up some extra horsepower.
On the interior, all wood trim is removed and carbon fiber pieces are added in its place.