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2015 Bentley Continental What's new for 2015? 
2015 Bentley Continental

A handful of updates, such as a standard rearview camera and center-console storage bin, become standard across the board. The limited edition (300 will be built) and race-inspired GT3-R also debuts.

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2014 Bentley Continental What's new for 2014? 
2014 Bentley Continental

For 2014, the Bentley Flying Spur departs the Continental family to become its own model. A new GT V8 S trim is added, bringing a more sporting attitude to the V8 powered cars.

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2013 Bentley Continental What's new for 2013? 
2013 Bentley Continental

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.

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2012 Bentley Continental What's new for 2012? 
2012 Bentley Continental

Minor styling changes and some added horsepower mark the big changes for the 2012 Bentley Continental.

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2007 Bentley Continental What's new for 2007? 
2007 Bentley Continental

The Continental GT adds DVD-based navigation and a Bluetooth hands-free phone system for 2007, as well as a new 19-inch alloy wheel design that was previously used on the Continental Flying Spur sedan. On the option side, the GT also gains 20-inch seven-spoke alloy wheels, in either bright machined or chrome finish, that were previously exclusive to the Flying Spur.

About Bentley Continental

The 2015 Bentley Continental GT family is among a handful of the world's true ultra-luxury vehicles. Available as a coupe or convertible, the Continental GT combines its quintessentially English sense of luxury – nobody does it better – with the German engineering prowess of its parent company, Volkswagen. The result combines luxury and performance unlike anything else, even the Maserati GranTurismo or Aston Martin DB9. Its twin-turbocharged V8 or 12-cylinder engines offer up to 626 horsepower, and all-wheel drive and a performance suspension are capable of hustling this big 2-door around more quickly than you might expect. Yet it's always happy to remind you that it's about luxury as well, with its combination of soft leather, precise assembly and high-end materials everywhere.