Bentley is celebrating the record it set earlier this year at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb with a limited edition Continental GT. The Continental GT captured the title of the fastest production car ever to complete the 12.42-mile course in Colorado. Rhys Millen piloted the W12-powered Continental GT through the 156 bends in just ten minutes, 18.4 seconds.
The limited edition Continental GT features a carbon fiber body kit and Radium by Mulliner paintwork that mirrors the color scheme used on the record-breaking car. It also features gloss black detailing on the front lower bumper inserts, roof panel, wing mirrors and rear surfaces.
The exterior is topped off with Acid Green brake disc calipers, Pirelli P Zero Colour Edition tires in Radium Finish, a Pikes Peak decal and gloss black 22-inch Mulliner wheels. Buyers can also add an optional ‘100’ grille that also celebrates the fact that the record was set in Bentley’s centenary year.
Inside, the interior features Alcantara with contrasting Radium thread stitching and Beluga secondary hide. The steering wheel features a honeycomb stitching design and a center stripe in Radium. The passenger-side fascia features a graphic showing a section of the Pikes Peak track. Pikes Peak embroidery has also been applied to the seat headrests in Radium stitching. Lastly there are Pikes Peak treadplates and B&O speaker covers in a Black Anodized and Radium finish.
Bentley only plans to build 15 units, so if you want one, you better act fast.