Vorsteiner unveiled its first tuning kit for the Bentley Continental GT back in 2012 when it pleased us with a sweet “BR-10” package. The tuner is now on its second upgrade kit for the Continental GT with this new package that improves the car’s look, while also maintaining the car’s heritage and contemporary style.

As usual, Vorsteiner upgraded the look of the Bentley coupe with the addition of a new aerodynamic kit made in pre-preg carbon fiber. The kit includes a new front bumper, new side skirts and a new rear bumper to help add some extra aggressiveness to the Continental without going overboard.

Lastly, Vorsteiner also offers a deck lid spoiler, made in carbon fiber and a new set of forged monoblock wheels. Customers can choose between three different size wheels: 20, 21, or 22 inches.

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Bentley Continental GT by Vorsteiner in Detail

2013 Bentley Continental GT by Vorsteiner High Resolution Exterior
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With the new exterior kit, Vorsteiner wants to upgrade the Continental GT’s look and performance in the twist. The new front bumper is made in pre-preg carbon fiber and improves downforce, while directing cool air into the radiator.

Next, the new side skirts - also made in pre-preg carbon fiber - are specially designed to improve aerodynamics and downforce at high speeds.

For the rear, the tuner added a new rear bumper that offers the car a more aggressive stance on the road. The new bumper integrates six aerodynamic fin extensions that help reduce turbulence, ehich helps the large coupe cut through the air with ease.

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Art is defined as the expression of human creative skill and imagination producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power. The latest tuning program for the Bentley Continental GT from Vorsteiner could only be described as art. Our designers and engineers are working meticulously to enhance the performance of this sporty coupe while maintaining its heritage and contemporary style.

2013 Bentley Continental GT by Vorsteiner Exterior
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There is no second chance at a great first impression. The vision for the front end of the Continental GT is a sculpted muscular front replacement bumper made from pre-preg carbon fiber. This gives the vehicle a beautiful aggressive stance that improves down force and directing cool air into the radiators. The cutting-edge and contemporary style is matched perfectly to the spirit of the Bentley.

Continuing the flow of the design is our pre-preg carbon fiber side skirts. This two-piece add-on is carefully crafted to partner with the front-end to improve aerodynamics and down force at high speeds. A well maintained balance comes from the center and Vorsteiner vigilantly designed our side skirts to be functional but to also to be aesthetically appealing for the most discerning of tastes.

To match the front end, the rear end is also designed to fit seamlessly replacing the rear bumper and accentuating a more aggressive sport car like disposition. The lightweight pre-preg carbon fiber vented rear bumper replacement integrated with rear diffuser element houses six aerodynamic fin extensions.The "Tunnel" created above the flared elliptical exhaust tailpipes is not only for aesthetics but to reduce turbulence and creating more down force. It echoes the heritage of the Bentley adding a fresh, sporty and contemporary style to an inspired elegantly tailored design.

2013 Bentley Continental GT by Vorsteiner Exterior
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Of course no art work is complete without paying attention to the details. The boot lid is adorned with our sporty add-on gurney deck lid spoiler. Intended to be more than a mere design or fashion statement, the deck lid spoiler creates the necessary down force to balance the airflow from the front and sides. Finally, to compliment the aero package is a set of forged monoblock wheels available in 20, 21, or 22 inches.

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