Bentley Company has prepared a road version of the racing Continental GT3, to get to the title prefix R. There will be built only 300 of these cars, and the presentation of new items will be held in late June at the Festival of Speed at Goodwood. According to the manufacturer, Bentley Continental GT3-R has turned the most dynamic and responsive car in the history of the company. Yes, it is not the most powerful engine and the highest to speed, but the most high-spirited acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h and excellent handling, which provide impressive downforce and upgraded chassis.
Thrust is transmitted to all wheels via an 8-band automatic ZF transmission with shorter gear ratios. As a result, from zero to hundreds Bentley Continental GT3-R accelerates in just 3.8 seconds and its top speed of 273 km/h. In comparison, the top-end version of the GT Speed with 635-horsepower W12 gaining one hundred kilometers per hour in 4.2 seconds. But he is the maximum speed 331 km/h.
Best accelerate new product provides, inter alia, a reduction of 100 kg (reduced to 2 195 kg). To achieve this has been dismantled by the sofa back, setting the lighter titanium exhaust system and carbon-ceramic brakes, and extensive use of carbon fiber in interior decoration. Also, a car equipped with the system changes the thrust vector Torque Vectoring, migrated to a softer dampers, and recalibrated chassis settings of the adaptive stabilization system.
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Externally, the Bentley Continental GT3-R stands carbon front splitter, hood with two large vents, static rear wing and 21-inch wheels of exclusive design. All three hundred cars will be painted with white color with green stripes. The interior design elements are also used green, sports seats upholstered in leather Beluga, front panel, center console and door panels are made of carbon fiber, and the steering wheel trimmed in leather and Alcantara. Receiving orders for the car has already started, but the prices are not called. The first customers will receive their cars at the end of 2014.