Russian firm TopCar launches an aero package for the Continental GT
29 September 2009

Russian firm TopCar has launched an aerodynamic package for the Bentley's Continental GT and GT Speed models.

The 'Bullet' aero package comprises of a new bonnet, new air-intakes, a new front grille, a new front bumper and new LED daytime running lights.

See the high-res TopCar Bentley Continental GT picture gallery

Other tweaks include the addition of a new lip spoiler, side skirts, and a rear bumper with an integrated diffuser and air vents.

Completing the package are a new boot spoiler, new exhaust pipes and new privacy glass for the rear windows. It also benefits from 20-inch alloy wheels.

Prices for the aerodynamic package start at 25,000 euro (£23,000), which rises to 30,000 euro (£28,000) if you opt to have the parts in carbonfibre.

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29 September 2009

Gee they have made it look better. Not. In any case that looks like a mock up to me. No way that is a real photo


29 September 2009

Very Chavski

29 September 2009

Jesus, what is it with these dubious styling firms and their Max Power approach to cars?

Maybe they think we are all impressionable pre-pubescent boys.

What price a Chelsea or ManU player lapping it up?

29 September 2009

Reminds me a lot of people that feel compulsed to put clothes on their pet dogs. Totally ridiculous and sad.

29 September 2009

Revised? that makes it sound like an official facelift.

Modified would have been a better word.

29 September 2009

i think the title was a little innaccurate and i was hoping for a bentley facelift, not some dodgy tuner kit. autocar has done quite a few mis leading titles over the past few weeks.

must be said though, i am waiting for the next copy of the magazine!

29 September 2009

I am sure someone is taking the piss out of Autocar.

29 September 2009

eseaton. Excellent. Editor, please take note.

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