Last year a British bespoke tuning company called Imperium has unveiled a very cool tuning package called Audentia based on the Bentley Continental GT. Now the tuner repeats the history, but this time the Audentia package is based on the Bentley Continental GTC. Just like with its coupe sibling, the new Audentia GTC will be built in a limited edition and is now available to order directly only through UK based Imperium.

The Audentia GTC package will be distinguished by a new front bumper with grille, air vents and visually lowering sport side skirts. For the rear the tuner added a custom rear apron with a new subtle boot lip spoiler, rear diffuser and newly designed sports exhaust tips. All the elements will be built in the finest ultra light prepreg autoclave carbon fiber.

Imperium did not revealed the prices for the new tuning kit, but we believe it will be similar to the coupe version: £25,000, which is around $39,400 based on current exchange rates.


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  (365) posted on 06.26.2012

Overflowing amount of luxury is thrown at its exterior.

  (570) posted on 06.25.2012

It’s just so plain, and I don’t know why they price it around 25,000 UK Pounds.

  (224) posted on 06.22.2012

Look what Imperium has done; it’s stunningly studded with elegance.

  (544) posted on 06.21.2012

This car is better than a car company. I only drive it during formal events.

  (194) posted on 06.20.2012

It’s finely modified for really elite people.

  (683) posted on 06.18.2012

This is totally looked like a wedding car. Could it be used on some events by wearing formal dresses and attires?

  (831) posted on 06.15.2012

Just don’t look at others if you don’t want its perfect image in your head to get ruined.

  (577) posted on 06.4.2012

I’m still torn between my liking upon this. Somehow, it bothers me that the added features are of no help to its appearance, yet the increase in price is quite high.

  (541) posted on 05.31.2012

Well, the features are definitely functional, but they add no beauty to its appearance. Additionally, the disadvantage of this tuning might be the increase of its already expensive price.

  (442) posted on 05.17.2012

The only thing that I like about it is its long wheelbase. Apart from that, its looks doesn’t seem to attract me because of the cheap-looking material used on its exterior.

  (466) posted on 05.13.2012

It doesn’t look as bad in black; it actually seems more exquisite and luxurious than it is in white.

  (553) posted on 05.10.2012

If compared to others, then the competitions are certainly more attractive. It only looks good per se, if you don’t know any vehicle that exceeds its looks.

  (474) posted on 05.9.2012

I have no words for its appeal. Imperium has impressively boosted it by tuning it up to that extent.

  (300) posted on 05.9.2012

It’s elegant in white, but I don’t find it attractive. It seems like a classical convertible.f

  (559) posted on 05.9.2012

This needs to have additional tweaks. It seems so plain and simple and naked.

  (287) posted on 05.7.2012

Imperium is not so stylish after all. It’s only white in color, and that’s why it is a bit appealing.

  (630) posted on 05.7.2012

It’s definitely not my type, but I think this is better than its standard version anyway. Since this is a convertible, that feature alone made it seem to appeal.

  (473) posted on 05.4.2012

More than the added components, I think that the paint job itself is the main source of its elegant feel. Its design is not so stylish, but I guess it just fitted its built. The speculated price is high, of course.

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