Bentley launched Continental GT in India at priced Rs. 2cr

Ultra luxury car maker Bentley Motors will be launching its new Continental GT model in India in April at a price of Rs. 2 crore upwards.

The company's dealer Exclusive Motors Pvt Ltd said it could take 5-6 months to deliver the new Continental GT from the date of order.

"The price of the new Bentley Continental GT will be approximately Rs. 2 crore upwards as the final price will depend on the level of customisation," Exclusive Motors Managing Director Satya Bagla said.
The new Continental GT is a four seater all-wheel drive car powered by a 6 litre petrol engine. Bentley Motors had announced the global launch of the car last September.

The car sports stunning 6.0 liter, 12-cylinder, twin-turbocharged engine which is capable of curning out a peak power of 567bhp and apex torque of 700Nm.

The high performance engine id mated with Quickshift transmission facilitating double downshifts. The car has employed FlexFuel technology with woth the car can make use of both the fuels, sustainable bioethanol (up to E85) and normal unleaded petrol (gasoline) or a mix of two. The car comes with a new cockpit with higher comfort and elegant detailings. The car also comes with new and exclusive touchscreen infotainment system which makes navigation a fun for driver. It also supports Google Maps and entertainment. The sound output in the car is made prominent and strong with the Balanced Mode Radiator speaker technology and Dirac Dimensions digital sound processing. The car is blessed with ZF 6-speed automatic transmission. With 405mm ventilated disc brakes in front and 335mm ventilated discs at rear wheels.

The steering wheel used in the car is of rack & pinion, power assisted, speed-sensitive ZF servotronic with a turning circle of 11.3m. Car comes with four link double wishbones, computer controlled self-levelling air suspension at front and Trapezoidal multi-link, computer-controlled self-levelling air suspension at rear both with anti roll-bar. The powerful engine can take the car at a top Speed of 318 km/h which truly justifies it to be a supercar. The car can accelerate from stand still to 100 km/h in just 4.6 s, a best in class figure to flaunt on


Our interior designers have skilfully evolved the car’s cabin to produce a stylish yet cocooning space. Incredible attention to detail has gone into making the cabin as quiet and refined as possible.

The instrument panel and dashboard subtly echo the flying wings of the Bentley motif. Fashioned from the highest quality soft-touch leathers and striking new analogue dials that flood at night with ‘blood orange’ illumination.

New touchscreen technology, chrome-bezelled dials, and the innovative, removable storage case crafted from matching veneer are housed within this dynamic cockpit area, which rises from the centre console in the form of dramatically surfaced ’wings’.

The distinctive ‘cobra’ design seats introduce the latest body-supporting materials, for superior comfort. With front-seat ventilation as well as a state-of-the-art massage system. Their improved ergonomics also means more legroom for back-seat passengers and their slim-line design provides easy access to the rear cabin.

With a host of beautiful main and secondary leather hide options, veneers, engine-spun metal fascias, and exterior paint colours (including remarkable new Extreme Silver and Liquid Mercury finishes), the world of choice when it comes to creating your new Continental GT is breath-taking.

Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 coming in UK in September at £275k

In UK 2011 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4: launch & sale in September at £275k 

Before the Geneva Motor Show press conference on Tuesday, Lamborghini let us in on a private Bologna-area photography studio so that we could get our own sex-machine shots of their raging new V12 firestarter, the 691-horsepower Aventador LP700-4.

First off, we're glad they didn't call it 'Jota' as some were peas-and-carroting about because it's just a silly and unpronounceable name. It probably belonged to some wimpy minor league bull, too. Only one true Jota was ever built in 1970, and it was a just an amped-up and flared Miura (we prefer not to think about the mid-90s Diablo anniversary upgrade kits).

We may have seen just about everything there is to see of the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 with all the photo leaks there have been in the last week or two. But there’s nothing as good as the official stuff and the official confirmations.

There’s no doubting the Aventador’s lineage. It’s pure Lamborghini, with styling cues paying homage to the Diablo and Countach but with a big vote of thanks for the bulk of the look coming from the Reventon. Perhaps with a dose of Estoque round the back.

Under the very Lambo exterior lurks a carbon fibre tub which makes the Aventador very stiff and very light – twice as stiff as the Murcielago and just 147kgs. The whole car – despite some pretty extensive toys – weighs in at 1575kgs. Not exactly a featherweight but no bloater either.

The new 6.5 litre lump delivers a mighty 691bhp (a metric 700PS – hence the LP700-4) which revs to 8,250rpm with a lump of low-down torque. That translates to 2.9 seconds to 62mph and 220mph through the seven-speed automated manual ‘box sending the power to all four wheels.


Not surprisingly, the LP700-4 is neither low on emissions – 398g/km – nor is its fuel consumption anything to write home about at just 16.4mpg. And if you ever get better than single figures you can be sure you’re not driving it as you should.

The interior on the Aventador gets high tech and goes upmarket (which it needed) There are higher quality materials throughout with a stunning centre console with touchscreens and digital displays
And when can you get your hands on some LP700-4 goodness in the UK? Lamborghini are saying probably by September and it’ll cost you £245,000