Bentley Continental Supersports by Anderson Germany – Click above for high-res image gallery

Considering that Bentley's enormous engines would put many a freight train to shame, unveiling the Continental Supersports as the most powerful in the company's history is saying quite a bit. But that doesn't mean it's lacking room for improvement. Leave it to Anderson Germany, then to find that extra bit of oomph.

The Deutsche tuning house that recently gave us the 590-horsepower tuned Balboni edition Lamborghini Gallardo has now turned its attention to the Supersports, cranking up the muscle from 621 horsepower to 685. The power boost comes courtesy of a remapped ECU, a new air filter and a variable exhaust that also has the benefit of dropping 38 pounds off the Supersport's already-reduced curb weight.

The example you see here, decked out in matte silver with 22-inch modular alloys and a refitted interior, has also been fitted with Anderson's new body kit. Only 300 sets will be produced, capable of fitting the standard GT, GTC and Speed models as well. After that, we don't doubt Anderson will start work on modifying the next-gen Continental. Have a closer look in the high-res image gallery below.

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