Bentley Continental GTC (2019) : the version cabriolet, the GTC is ready

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Here is the rear of the new Bentley Continental GTC, which should be out in 2019.

The second generation of Bentley Continental GT is soon expected to decline in the cabriolet version, as the photos show stolen a mule. It could be presented at the beginning of the year 2019 for the Geneva motor show.

While the Bentley Continental GT has been completely renewed last year, this second generation would of course have to know the various declinations, as was the case with its predecessor. It should as well gain power and performance with a variant Speed, even if the first to see the light of day should without a doubt be the discoverable GTC.

This new convertible Continental GT had been prefigured by the concept EXP 12 Speed 6e presented in Geneva in 2017. The front of this new convertible is expected to be identical to that of the Continental GT coupé released last year.

This Continental GT convertible has been spotted by chinese journalists of AutoHome, who have taken a few shots. It then recognizes the rear-facing feature of the second generation, with the optical in almond, while the roof and tailgate were cut off to leave a soft top. This stern reminder, in any case, nice concept EXP 12 Speed 6, which had been presented in Geneva in 2017.

 

In W12 or V8 ?

Although this decapping, and the reinforcements in the structure requires should increase a little the car, the new Continental GTC will be lighter than the old version, thanks to the new platform. The coupe had gained 80 kg compared to the first generation. Under the hood, there should logically find the W12 6.0 635 hp of the coupe, at least that is the cabriolet does not take the opportunity to inaugurate a new version of the V8 4.0 biturbo engine, which also had its predecessor

(528 hp on the old version V8 S).

This new Bentley Continental GTC is expected to arrive in the course of the year 2019. Perhaps we will be able to discover at the Geneva motor show in the month of march…

 

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