Bentley Continental GT Speed: Spy Shots
  • Bentley Continental GT Speed: Spy Shots
  • Bentley Continental GT Speed: Spy Shots

  • Bentley Continental GT Speed: Spy Shots
  • Bentley Continental GT Speed: Spy Shots

  • Bentley Continental GT Speed: Spy Shots
  • Bentley Continental GT Speed: Spy Shots

  • Bentley Continental GT Speed: Spy Shots
  • Bentley Continental GT Speed: Spy Shots

  • Bentley Continental GT Speed: Spy Shots
  • Bentley Continental GT Speed: Spy Shots

  • Bentley Continental GT Speed: Spy Shots
  • Bentley Continental GT Speed: Spy Shots

The 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show is just around the corner, where Bentley is set to reveal its brand-spanking-new Continental GT Speed. Our intrepid spy photographers caught this Conti prototype out on the street completely uncovered, meaning there's little left for us to speculate about before the supercoupe's debut.

The Speed model is set apart from its kin by a more aggressive lower fascia and different exhaust outlets, but don't let the subtlety fool you – the real story is what's under the hood. Mum's the word on exactly what we can expect in terms of power, but seeing as how the last Continental GT Speed produced 600 horsepower, you'd be right to expect numbers north of that for the new one.

We'll have the full details come mid-September, if not sooner...


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      Nick
      • 4 Years Ago
      It looks like Bentley is taking the Porsche approach to updating this car. It's still looking slick and regal but undeniably similar. The new headlights seem to be the biggest change, and I hope they grow on me, but as for now I don't really like it - probably because I never really liked the last one. All of that is possibly just a matter of preference but I hope we can all agree that that boot lid is ugly! Again, similar to the last car, but at least that had squared of rear wheel arches and hightend lights to compensate. I'd try and describe it as a Bangle Butt, but I like that shape on a BMW as they always seem to wrap around the car properly. This just looks as if they put it there to improve luggage space, and when has that ever created beautiful cars?
      Mackenzie
      • 4 Years Ago
      wished they could have put the number plate on square!
      • 4 Years Ago
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      IBx27
      • 4 Years Ago
      BMW M3/M5 bumper. Lame.
      • 4 Years Ago
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