Most powerful production Bentley ever caught out testing
Packing an almighty 630bhp, this is the photo that proves Bentley is nearing production status with its £150,000 Continental Supersports.
The British beast was caught out testing, as engineers put the finishing touches to the car's set-up before it hits showrooms in the autumn.
This picture gives a clear view of the the massive front intakes and twin bonnet vents, as well as the muscular bodykit, flared rear wheelarches and wider side sills.
Under the hood is an uprated 6.0-litre twin-turbocharged W12 engine, producing 621bhp at 6,000rpm – 21bhp more than the GT Speed. A rear-bias all-wheel drive set up aims to make this the most driveable Bentley ever.
The interior is a distinctively Bentley affair, with alcantra and detailled trim, but carbon fibre and Alcantara suede have also been fitted in a first for the company. Two ightweight sports seats feature carbon-fibre backs, and can be taillored to the buyers exact specifications.