Exclusive features of range-topping convertible include Double Diamond grille, bespoke wheels and interior

Bentley has revealed the Continental GT Mulliner Convertible, described by the maker as the “luxury pinnacle” of the Continental GT family.

The open-top model has exclusive features such as a Double Diamond front grille, a new Mulliner 22in wheel design and a bespoke Mulliner interior. 

Bentley said the model has been “created to appeal to those customers wanting an even greater focus on beautiful details”.

The Double Diamond grille design echoes Bentley’s familiar diamond-in-diamond interior quilting, which appears on seats, door casings and, for the first time, the tonneau cover. 

The interior also offers eight custom-made three-colour combinations, while the central console gets a new, exclusive brushed silver Breitling timepiece.

Customers of the model will receive a leather key in a Mulliner-branded hand-built box, which matches the three-colour interior of the car.

The Continental GT Mulliner Convertible will be available with Bentley’s V8 or W12 powertrain, achieving 0-60mph in 4.0sec and 3.7sec respectively.

Bentley is ramping up its Mulliner coachbuilding arm by launching special editions and continuation models as well as an all-new, ultra-exclusive model. The Bacalar open-top grand tourer will be revealed at Geneva, priced from £1.5 million and limited to 12 cars.

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19 February 2020

but we'll only drive it on Sunday's, down to Brighton & back to Peckam.........

19 February 2020

This appears to be a fine-looking car, at a time when good taste seems to be slipping away. Obviously, some will snark about the users but isn't that slightly missing the point?, without buyers we don't have Bentley. I'm just pleased that this car shows, to me at least, all the restraint and well-considered detailing that I fear had begun to slip away at Rolls on the Cullinan and Bentley's Bentayger and their other recent Ltd Editions.

 

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