Two special edition models have been created for the North American market

Bentley launched limited-edition Continental GTC and GTC Speed models at Pebble Beach last weekend.

The two specials are both called 80-11 – as only 80 units of each will be built for the North American market for the 2011 model year – receive several styling modifications over the base models.

See the official pics of the special edition Bentleys

The GTC 80-11 gets new 20-inch 14-spoke diamond alloy wheels, while the GTC Speed 80-11 gets the 20-inch wheels from the Supersports. This model also gets red brake callipers.

Both models get their own special leather interiors with contrasting piping and stitching. A new exterior colour option – Midnight – has been commissioned especially for these two models, while both get a dark grey metallic soft-top and a special fuel filler cap as standard.

The models will be in dealerships by the end of the year.

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