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Watch out. A blacked-out Bentley Continental Supersports has been spotted pointing its grille at the Nürburgring. In an era when Cobalts and Clios are flogged around the 13-mile loop, it comes as a mild surprise that nobody has timed and tested the Bentley Continental on that particular tarmac. With its E85-capable W12 engine rated at 621 hp and a curb weight 300 lbs lighter than the standard GT, the Supersports could push the coupe's balance that much further to the sport side than the GT side. If Bentley does run it in anger, we look forward to finding out how Crewe's first green effort handles The Green Hell.
[Source: Motor Trend]

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      Looks nice. I'm not usually fan of Bentleys.
      • 5 Years Ago
      I think you'd be better off with a regular Continental and upgrade it to your liking.
      • 5 Years Ago
      That is a very pretty car.
      • 5 Years Ago
      it's E-85 capable. Does that mean this car is eligible to avoid gas-guzzler tax and able to pass CAFE regulation? I know ppl who buy this car won't care about extra tax but I'm just curious...

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