Symbolic is pleased to present this sharp 2013 Bentley Continental
GT W12 with less than 32,000 original miles.
It is finished in the classic "Beluga Black" with "Beluga" diamond-stitched leather interior.
Clean Carfax and title.
It was originally ordered and sold through Bentley of Beverly Hills and stayed in Southern California until its 2nd (celebrity) owner purchased it in mid-2017 and it did a brief 1.5-year stint in Alabama before returning with him back to the Los Angeles area in late '18.
- 2-Owner CA Bentley
- $217,600 MSRP
- Mulliner Driving Specification Pkg ($9,735 option): Drilled Alloy 'Sport' Pedals, Jewel Fuel Filler Cap, Knurled 'Sport' Gear Lever, Quilted Indented Hide To Seats (diamond-stitched), Piano Black Veneer Interior Accents
- 6.0L W12 Twin-Turbo Engine Producing 567hp
- 8-Speed 'ZF' Automatic Transmission w/ Paddle-Shift
- Rear-View Camera ($1,160 option)
- Heated & Cooled Front Seats w/ Massage ($840 option)
- 8" Hi-Rez Touch-Screen Infotainment System
- 6-Disc CD Changer ($630 option)
- Bright Chromed Lower Bumper Matrix Grill ($1,030 option)
- Bi-Xenon HID Headlamps
- Original Owners Manuals and Service Book
If you are looking for a properly spec'd Continental suitable enough for every day touring, this is a great choice.
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