Bentley unveiled the new Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible, a chopped roof version of the GT Speed.
Bentley claims that the open top with its high-spec 625PS engine will hit 0-100kmph in just 4.4 seconds with a top speed nudging 325kmph.
If you thought that it will guzzle more fuel, then Bentley is quick to tell you that it is 15 per cent more fuel efficient than what the W12 engine delivers when under the hood of other cars. All this inspite of a 220kg gain over the coupe.
The 2013 Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible will debut at the Detroit Auto Show which starts from January 14.
Inside its handcrafted cabin, the GT Speed convertible features the Mulliner Driving Specification as standard, blending contemporary luxury with a distinctly sporting character.
For the Continental GT Speed models Bentley offers an exclusive Dark Tint Aluminium 'engine spin' finish, inspired by the dashboards of the Le Mans winning Bentleys of the 1920s.
Subtle sporting design cues include exclusive 21-inch alloy wheels, dark-tint grilles and 'rifled' exhaust tail pipes.
Another practical feature, the neck warmer, makes open air driving an appealing and comfortable prospect even on the cooler days of spring and autumn.
Flat panel Balanced Mode Radiator (BMR) speakers, which combine the functions of separate tweeter and midrange speakers in one unit, direct the sound with accuracy and provide greater clarity across the audible spectrum.