German tuner takes the GT Supersports up to 695 PS (511 kW). Also available is a body kit and 22-inch light alloy rims.
Anderson Germany says of the Bentley GT Supersports that it is "not the most reasonable luxury car on the market." Luckily 'reasonable' has nothing to do with the GT Supersports nor this tuned version of it.
Dressed in "devilish" gray and "silky" matte, Anderson Germany draws a few more ponies out of the twin-turbo W12 engine with a 630 PS (621 bhp / 463 kW) series rating, taking things up to 695 PS (511 kW) by means of software optimization, a sports air filter and a valve-controlled sport exhaust system. The new exhaust comes with racing cats and has the added benefit of lowering weight by 17 kg (38 lbs).
An aerodynamic body kit adds front and rear aprons, side skirts, a new diffuser and a rear spoiler. The body kit package is a limited series with only 300 units available. It comes with carbon-fiber inlays and also fits to the GT, GT Cabriolet and GT Speed models.
Anderson Germany also offers 3-part light alloy rims coated in brilliant black - dimensions 10 x 22 and wrapped in 285/30/22 performance tires.
For the inside is a carbon-fiber package of garnish moldings, center consoles for both the front and rear bench, and interior light casings. The cabin finish is in Alcantara, black leather and color-matching piping.