The 80,000th Bentley Continental GT has rolled off the production line Bentley has announced.
Since it was launched in 2003 the luxury Crewe based car manufacturer has produced three versions of the award-winning Continental GT.
In that time the car has seen emissions from the vehicle fall by 48% while the power has increased by 27%.
There are currently 17 billion ways a customer can configure their Continental GT offering them a truly unique, bespoke product.
Bentley’s Chairman and Chief Executive, Adrian Hallmark, said:
At its launch in 2003, Bentley redefined the modern grand tourer with the revolutionary Continental GT. Now in 2021, the GT continues to be the ultimate luxury grand tourer, encompassing the latest technology, performance and style. This success is a testament to the skills of our designers, engineers and craftspeople here in Crewe.
I had the pleasure of launching the original GT in 2003 in my first stint at Bentley, and being here for the launch of the latest generation – and the iterations that have followed – has been a source of great pride for me personally. It will continue to be the iconic backbone of the Bentley business for years to come, even as we transition to the world’s leading provider of sustainable luxury mobility.
The 80,000th vehicle is an eye catching Continental GT V8 in Orange Flame, finished with the optional Blackline Specification and Styling Specification, both adding to the car’s presence and hinting at the GT’s performance credentials.