The Bentley Mulliner team has come up with a particularly opulent trim for its Continental GT Convertible meant for ‘sophisticated clientele.’ Guests of the Geneva IMS 2020 will be able to see it firsthand.
Compared to the main series, the Special Edition features a new radiator grille, 22-inch wheels, and Mulliner-badged air vents behind the front fenders.
The interior boasts dual-tone ornamental stitching in a classical diamond pattern, which adorns the doors, the center tunnel, the seats, and the rear shelf. The company claims the Mulliner Convertible took 18 months to produce.
Customers can choose between the two standard engines: V8 4.0 with its 550 hp (410 kW) and W12 6.0 with 635 hp (474 kW). Both connect to the same eight-speed automatic transmission and AWD.