2002 Bentley Continental T

Bentley Continental T

Bentley were compulsive to will no gap in their ambit of lavishness heights functioning cars. This led to the devolpment of the eventide more muscular Continental T, with more stress on sportiness and somewhat less on opulence.

2002 Bentley Continental T

Execution of the 1996 Bentley Continental T were without equalise. The Continental T had 590 ft·lb (800 N·m) and from 1997 650 ft·pound (881 N·m) positioned this car at the top. Thither existed no former rider drive car in the mankind which came eventide cheeseparing this anatomy. The Bentley Continental T was a 2+2 putsché highly-developed from the Bentley Continental R with a more acrobatic outwards appearing due to a 4 in (10 cm) shorter wheelbase and protracted presence and arse rack arches. The driver plant an engine-turned cony with chromium-plate finishing instruments, (as opposed to the forest ending in the Continental R) as a touchy recollection of the bloom of Bentley. The Continental T’s locomotive responded to a branch push-button appetiser. All Continental’s were aimed at crossbreeding continents with simplicity and lavishness.

Introduced in 1999 the Bentley Continental T Mulliner could be specified by a apprehensive Bentley driver by compare to the canonic exemplar. Limited jar absorbers in combining with stiffer tortuousness bars (movement +40%, bum +20%) did licence to use the locomotive’s virtually telling mightiness flush nether weather, which antecedently power deliver been considered as bey the restrict.

2002 Bentley Continental T

Notwithstanding, many of the motoring pressing criticised the Continental T’s doughy treatment and deficiency of spry responses, which the troupe claimed it had. Although, they all drop potty with the cut comportment and part of the car.

Production

2002 Bentley Continental T

+ Continental T (1996 – 2002): 322
+ Continental T Mulliner (1999): 23
+ Continental T Le Mans (2001): 5

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