The FlexFuel-powered Bentley Continental Supersports Convertible can now be seen in the metal at Geneva.
Bentley's fastest, most powerful topless car can be seen parked at the Bentley stand in Geneva. The Continental Supersports Convertible has a twin-turbo W12 engine worth 463 kW (630 PS / 621 hp) and 800Nm (590 lb-ft) of torque. It is said to blast off from standstill to 100km/h in 3.9 seconds and stop accelerating at 325km/h (202 mph).
One of the car's main attractions is the fact that it can run on any combination of petrol and biofuel thanks to Bentley's FlexFuel technology.
The two-door four-seater features a satin-finish carbon-fibre trim, some Alcantara, and of course lots of leather. Bentley will customise and individualise the interior to the tastes of its customers.
It rides on 10-spoke 20-inch wheels with Pirelli Ultra High Performance tyres and comes with an AWD system with a rear-biased 40/60 torque split.
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