Fat - Bentley Continental GT from the City Performance Center

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The guys around the team from the City Performance Center - (CPC) have after BMW 1M E82 and the bad one Range Rover Sport published a fresh project that we absolutely have to show you. A noble Bentley Continental GT in black was used as the base vehicle for the tuning. After the tuning cure that the GT was allowed to endure, it is now much more exciting, more individual and also more dynamic than the production version and with its performance-enhanced 636PS & 903NM should be above almost any doubt in the left lane. If you are thinking of buying a Bentley Continental GT in the future or already own one, the City Performance Center is definitely an interesting starting point when it comes to differentiating the vehicle from the production model. As for the changes made to the optics or the technology, we have already learned the first details. As usual, we have listed what we know below in a summary. If you discover any further changes that we have not listed, just use the comment box and let us know!

(Photos: City Performance Center)

These are the details of the Bentley Continental GT:

  • HRE TR106 Alloy Wheels in Estimated 22 Inch (Black)
  • unknown lowering (sports springs, coil springs, sports suspension, coilover suspension, air ride air suspension - Info is pending)
  • darkened windows all around
  • black grille
  • Bodykit (front spoiler, side skirts, diffuser)
  • red calipers
  • Performance increase on 468KW / 636PS & 903NM - (chip tuning, tuning box, compressor or turbo conversion, NOS etc. - info is pending)
  • possibly a sports exhaust system (info is still pending)

Certainly, new information and certainly new pictures and videos will soon be online. As soon as this is the case, we will of course put it online and inform you about it.

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