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Bentley Continental GT Convertible is a one-off ode to the Bavarian Region

by George Mensah
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Bentley Continental GT Convertible is a one-off ode to the Bavarian Region

Bentley has unveiled a one-of-a-kind Continental GT Convertible through Mulliner that is a very extraordinary ride that pays homage to the Bavarian region . The ride was once stimulated through the beauty of the Bavarian region and was once designed by Stefan Sielaff, Director of Design for Bentley.

The auto has several exclusive features in its build, and solely a single example is being made. The vehicle will be offered to one lucky customer and will be at an distinct event at the Bentley Munich retailer. The unique touches that make the car an ode to the Bavarian region involves iconic Bavarian colours with Glacier White exterior paint and an Imperial Blue roof.

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The color scheme is intended to remind of the Bavarian flag pattern. The Bavarian-themed car has a chrome finish flag pattern on the the front fender with enamel infils in Mulliner Bespoke White and Light Blue Sport. The wheels are 22-inch Mulliner Driving Specification wheels with brilliant chrome lower bumper grille.

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The interior of the vehicle has Bavarian flag pattern embroidered seat headrests in Bespoke White and Light Blue thread. The treadplates have a unique Bentley Bavaria Edition inlay. The interior also has glacier white painted dual veneer with an imperial blue hide.

Other interior touches consist of Linen contrast stitching and piping insideand Linen overmat binding and stitching. Bentley isn’t clear if the Bavarian edition is built on the Continental V8 or W12 convertibles. Like all Bentley cars, it’s very properly finished on the inside and the white veneer looksfantastic. Mulliner got its start as a luxury horse-drawn carriage builder in teh 1500s and first worked on a Bentley in 1923.

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