We may not have heard much about Anderson Germany before this year, but we are definitely getting to know them well now with all of the tuning kits just rolling off of their capable hands. So far we’ve seen kits for the Ferrari California, Bentley Continental GT Supersport, a Ferrari Scuderia Edition
, and even an Audi R8 V10 Racing Edition. Now, the German tuner is at it again with another Bentley model: the GT Speed.

The GT Speed Elegance edition features an exterior package consisting of a carbon fiber bonnet, air intakes and the deck lid, a front apron, a set of side skirts, and a rear skirt. The interior gets decor strips, while the front and rear center console get some carbon fiber treatment. Black leather seats with white logo stitching make for a nice comfortable ride, too.

Under the hood, the tuner has increases the horsepower from 610hp to 695hp with the use of software optimization and the addition of a modified air filter and exhaust system. The new exhaust system not only helps with the number of ponies, but it also saves the GT Speed about 17 kg (34lbs) in weight.

The Bentley Continental GT Speed will be limited to only 150 pieces worldwide.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Traditionally, the fact that all Bentley models are in the finest category of automobiles is the matter of course. Willingness to improve this vehicle by "appropriate action" requires a complete self-confidence. As can be seen from the outcomes, that condition is by no means out of thin air.

And the company ANDERSON GERMANY, known for its bold solutions, headquartered in Dusseldorf, has been justifiably trusted again to awake a Bentley GT Speed Elegance edition and at the same time to make it a vehicle with unlimited possibilities for prestige improvements.

2010 Bentley GT Speed by Anderson Germany Interior
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Outwardly, the carbon motor bonnet goes with the almost obligatory air intakes and the deck lid from the same-grade material is less visible. This exclusive body kit from ANDERSON GERMANY consists of a front apron, a set of side skirts and a rear skirt. And owing to LED daytime running lights, the risk to "overlook" this Bentley tends to zero. Due to its exclusivity, this body kit is limited to 150 pieces worldwide.

The vehicle already equipped with 610 hp engine has been improved through software optimization,
 a modified air filter and an exhaust system with additional Rennkats’ 85 hp, whereby 695 hp and a dizzying torque are available now. The remote-controlled valve controlling the exhaust can operate in three noise levels. Incidentally, only the modified exhaust system saves up to 17 kg.

2010 Bentley GT Speed by Anderson Germany Exterior
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In the interior, the decor strips, the front and rear center console including ashtray and the interior light are also made of the precious carbon material. Passenger seats are trimmed with black leather and white logo stitching.

What do you think?
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  (600) posted on 12.28.2011

For some reason, I didn’t find it awesome neither stunning on its looks. Moreover, I noticed that it looks so glossy on its body paint, which only looks overdressed on that. Anyway, what’s the engine specs of this?

  (484) posted on 11.10.2011

I just noticed that this GT is too glossy on its body paint, and sorry to say, but it really didn’t look good on this concept. Anyway, what’s the engine specification of this one?

  (630) posted on 10.4.2011

As of its appearance, I’m totally confused with its design and and concept. Or may be I’m not really inspired or impressed with it.

  (592) posted on 04.20.2011

I like the concept it has a great radar and gain much confidence as well,Bentley model approach to be incredible and overlook designs that will surely loves the whole concept.

  (762) posted on 01.23.2011

It is quiet impressive,that the two headlights at the front of the car it makes the car more appealing and great.

  (3) posted on 01.11.2011

its front end is almost similar to the Nissan GT-R’s Rear end except for the audi style grilles.

Josh5000  (24) posted on 01.5.2011

That is my dream car. I wonder who would win if it raced a Porsche 911.

Josh5000  (858) posted on 12.6.2010

I wish I can drive the Roll Royce but it’s way out of my budget!

Josh5000  (612) posted on 12.1.2010

The "’hole" in the grill is not a hole rather the lens for the Active Cruise Control sensor. Maybe its best not to comment on something for which you know nothing about?

Josh5000  (571) posted on 11.26.2010

its front end is almost similar to the Nissan GT-R’s Rear end except for the audi style grilles.

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