Bentley’s Latest Continental GT Speed Hits New Highs at Goodwood

Bentley’s Latest Continental GT Speed Hits New Highs at Goodwood

Bentley is poised to unveil its latest marvel, the fourth-generation Continental GT Speed, at the upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed. Ahead of its global debut at the prestigious event, the new Continental GT Speed has already made headlines with an impressive feat: achieving an unofficial ‘Underwater Speed Record’ of 208 mph (335 km/h) through Norway’s Ryfylke tunnel—the deepest sub-sea road tunnel in the world.

Equipped with Bentley’s cutting-edge Ultra Performance Hybrid powertrain, delivering 782 PS and 1000 Nm of torque, this achievement showcases Bentley’s leadership in performance and sustainability. Powered by SUSTAIN second-generation renewable biofuel, the Continental GT Speed demonstrates exceptional environmental responsibility with CO2 emissions as low as 29 g/km.

The vehicle’s debut at Goodwood will feature not only its prowess on the track but also a unique display—the ‘FOShtank’, a bespoke exhibit highlighting the underwater speed record. With a Tourmaline Green Continental GT Speed showcased alongside a three-tonne fish tank filled with 1,400 liters of water and 30 fish, visitors can enjoy behind-the-scenes footage of the record-breaking feat on a large outdoor LED screen.

Stay tuned as Bentley brings the future of automotive excellence to the 2024 Goodwood Festival of Speed, setting new benchmarks in performance and innovation.

Source: Bentley
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