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It may look the same, but the 2020 Bentley Continental GT Convertible is new from soup-to-nuts underneath, and much improved.
Riding atop the Volkswagen Group's MSB architecture, the new Conti droptop is both stiffer and lighter.
Almond-shaped taillamps are the new-generation Continental's biggest styling departure.
0-60 mph runs happen in a Bentley-estimated 3.7 seconds and top speed is listed at 207 mph.
This color is dubbed Orange Flame.
It looks great and miles deep, but I might advise against the black optics package, because it lends a bit of a Halloween vibe to the overall look.
The power folding soft top disappears in just 19 seconds.
An oh-so-British tweed fabric lid is newly available, too.
Trunk volume is limited to just 8.3 cubic feet of space, enough for a couple of roll-aboard suitcases or a trio of larger soft bags.
There's always the backseat...
Bentley offers 15 leather colors; this is one of the most subdued.
You can also chose from 15 different carpet tones, as well as eight different wood veneers.
A new 48-volt active anti-roll system combines with an uprated air suspension and brake-based torque vectoring to improve handling substantially.
The passenger seat is the second-best seat in the house.
The 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged W12 will presumably be joined by a smaller, less-expensive V8 engine option in the not-too-distant future.
If history offers any precedent, the smaller engine may actually also provide the more entertaining drive.
Rear seats continue to be on the tight side.
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