Bentley will operate a mild facelift for the Continental GT as well for the Continental Flying Spur. These are the first pictures with both modified models on a winter test before the official release.
Like every cheap car the luxurious British cars have to endure an aesthetic operation some time. Thanks to limited capacity tank of the camouflaged cars, some people can make some shots and then we know what the maker is preparing. This is the same case.
To be sure of the differences between the coupe and the saloon car you have to look at the height and at the missing doors or else you are looking at the same design. A little make up is not bad but certain it won’t reduce the time of waiting the car to be delivered.
Optically both models receive a modified bumper at the front end. Also with the facelift, the inside of the cars will be slightly modified, with new colors and new optional combination. The cabrio will suffer minor changes too.
Technically there are no changes under the hood as far as we know. Like the existing model the base cars are powered by the W12 Twin-Turbo engine. The new face of the Bentley lineup will be presented officially at the IAA Frankfurt later this year.