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Bentley's special ISR Mulliner Supersports is the most "radically styled Bentley convertible ever"
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26 April 2011

Bentley has launched another special edition Bentley Continental Supersports convertible to commemorate the car’s ice land-speed record.

The ISR Mulliner option is limited to 100 units and is the “most potent and radically styled Bentley convertible ever,” according to the firm.

See official pics of the Bentley Continental Supersports ISR Mulliner

It’s available in three colours - Beluga, Quartzite and Arctica White - with special features including 'Supersports ISR' graphics and red-accented detailing along the car's body and red 20-inch 10-spoke alloys with a “diamond turned finish.” The air bonnet scoops, too, are finished with red accents.

Inside, the interior is lined in Alcantara, and features high-gloss carbon fibre with a red weave. Also included is an eight-inch touchscreen ‘infotainment’ system.

Read about Bentley's first commemorative ice-breaker Supersports

Power comes courtesy of the company’s six-litre, twin turbo-charged W12 engine, which produces 631bhp and 590lb ft of torque, giving the special Bentley a 0-60mph time of just 3.8sec. The Supersports Continental Convertible ISR is now available to order at Bentley dealerships, with prices starting from £189,300.

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