2018 Bentley Continental GT Spied

Posted: Apr 24 2017, 1:40pm CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
2018 Bentley Continental GT Spied
Credit: MotorAuthority
  • 2018 Bentley Continental GT Spotted

Here is the first look of car captured through spy shots and video

The Bentley Continental GT is regarded as one of the oldest and most decent models produced by the company. The model was first produced for the very first time in year 2003. After that it saw a number of new updates and also saw model upgrades as well. However apart from the upgrades and styling changes, the basic shape along with features of the car have remained the same.

You can still look out for a number of features that you can find in the model of 2003 which was first introduced at Geneva Motor Show of that time. The underlying platform of the car is pretty unchanged from the past 14 years.

However a new GT is coming soon and it is in prototype testing mode these days. Recently the upcoming 2018 Bentley Continental GT prototype was spied being tested on a track.

There are a number of exciting things that can be seen in this model. It can be seen that its body is pretty much inspired from the 2015 Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 concept.

The 2018 Bentley Continental GT much more sleek and lean than the older version. It gives a stunning look to the car for sure. A sneak peek inside the car cabin shows that it will be getting a latest digital instrument cluster.

We are pretty sure that it isn’t the prototype for EXP 10 Speed 6 concept. That was a two seater concept and the spied vehicle is defiantly a four seater, according to MotorAuthority.

The 2018 Bentley Continental GT will use Volkswagen Group’s MSB platform. It is an ideal platform that is used in cars which are large with all-wheel drive. These have engines mounted in front. It should be offered in W-12 and V-8 engines.

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