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From the 7. until the 17. In March, the Geneva Motor Show will again present a lot of news. In addition to Jaguar, Land Rover, Aston Martin and Maserati of course also belongs to Bentley Einzugsgebiet from Startech. And it seems that one is currently working on a refined version of the new Continental GT (third generation / since 2018) for the Motor Show in Switzerland. Apparently the noble Brit gets a completely new front bumper and for the rear one plans an aggressive diffuser. The virtual vehicle also carries a black grille, in-house forged wheels in an estimated 22 inches and a small spoiler lip on the tailgate.
Rear diffuser with big fins
And most likely, in the style of the Startech Bentayga, there will be an increase in performance for the 6-liter W12 with factory 635 PS. Here we expect at least the 710 PS of the Bentayga, but maybe even a little more. And planned is also a refined interior. There will probably be a new leather interior and also the interior trim will be even nobler after the transformation. To what extent you plan a stainless steel sports exhaust system with electronic sound management or a lowering of the factory air suspension we can not say at the moment. If we receive timely information, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed if yours is just ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
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Startech 2019 Bentley Continental GT for Geneva
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