Bentley Continental GT BR-10RS by Vorsteiner

Bentley Continental GT BR-10RS by Vorsteiner

I got a good one for you: when was the last time you saw a yellow Bentley Continental GT? Make no mistake about it, this is not a cab. The beloved British coupé has been involved in a tuning project; as such, it features a BR10-RS body-kit, courtesy of Vorsteiner, including various carbon fiber components.

The BR10-RS iis comprised of a lightweight, carbon fiber front bumper and carbon fiber front splitter. With that extra aggression on offer, the Bentley also received complex side sill, with large chrome sections, this matching the wheels. At the rear, a large carbon diffuser is flanked by oval exhaust pipes and vertical air vents. Tinted windows, blacked out trim and other small changes complement this W12 Bentley Continental.

I’m sorry to say it’s all about overall aesthetics with this project, which means the 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged W12 engine – or 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 – were left in factory form. That’s not necessarily bad news, since these are already pretty fast and impressive vehicles, anyway. Where would you have gone different?

Bentley Continental GT BR-10RS by Vorsteiner

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