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Bentley Continental GT coupe and convertible models now have an 8-speed ZF transmission that helps attain (slightly) better fuel economy, while the 2013 Flying Spur sedan continues with a 6-speed transmission before the vehicle's 2014 revamp. The GT Speed coupe and convertible performance variants boast additional power, with their 12-cylinder engines tuned to unleash 616 horsepower.
Even in the rarified air of ultra-luxury vehicles, few combine the performance, pampering and prestige found in the 2013 Bentley Continental. The Continental is available as a coupe (GT), convertible (GTC), and sedan (Flying Spur), with Speed variants of each offering more of just that. While the big sedan is as distinguished as the 2-door Continental counterparts, 2013 marks its last year in current guise ahead of an all-new 2014 Flying Spur model. As praiseworthy as the sedan is, it's the coupe and convertible that really steal the show in the Continental lineup with their hulking excess. With thundering 8- and 12-cylinder engines and immaculate interiors, these handmade British automobiles more than hold their own against rivals from Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin and Maserati among the world's .01 percenters.