This black beauty is RCC's second Continental Convertible in its
fleet. The sexy body lines and iconic bold grill makes this car
irresistible to anyone who lays eyes on it. Bentley came out with
the Continental GT in 2003, in hopes to replace their Continental R
& T models. The Continental GT differed from the R & T models in
terms of its concept: although much of the GT is hand assembled, it
is a mass-produced car made in significantly large numbers. This
enabled Bentley to reach a wider customer base since the mass
production lowered the cost of the GT. The Convertible version of
the Continental GT was introduced in 2006, making it so the driver
can feel the wind whip through their hair as they accelerate from
0-100kmph in 5.1 seconds.
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