2023 Bentley Continental GT S Adds Black Trim, Sport Exhaust

  • For 2023, the Bentley Continental GT and GTC convertible are adding a new S trim for the V-8 models.
  • While the engine remains unchanged, the S gains a sport exhaust and new 22-inch and 21-inch wheel designs.
  • The exterior is decked out in black trim while the interior is two-tone, and S badges abound.

    Bentley is sharpening its luxury cruiser with the new 2023 Continental GT S and convertible GTC S, with Bentley saying that the new submodels catered to improving the “driving performance and visual presence.” The S trim will only be available with twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8; the twin-turbo 6.0-liter W-12 was excluded due to its hefty weight. The mechanicals remain largely the same, but the GT S and GTC S gets bolder visual accents to help the opulent coupe stand out.

    Horsepower and torque figures are unchanged, but that still means a healthy 542 ponies and 568 pound-feet. Of Car and Driver testing, a 2020 model with the V-8 ran to 60 mph in just 3.4 seconds, mightily impressive for a car weighing around 5000 pounds. While the engine is the same, the S comes fitted with a standard sport exhaust that should help remind onlookers of the 542 horses that the V-8 beast is producing.

    Visually, the grille and all other exterior trim is blacked out, including the S badge on the front fender, with only the Bentley logo and lettering remaining chrome. The headlights and taillights are also tinted, as are the quad exhaust pipes. The S is offered with two unique wheel choices: a 22-inch wheel that comes in either black or Pale Brodgar Satin, or a 21-inch design that features both black and bright finishes. Red-painted brake calipers peek out from behind the new wheel designs. The interior gains a two-tone look, plenty of sumptuous materials, and S badges embroidered on the headrest, and adorning the dashboard and door sills. Bentley has not revealed a price, but we imagine it will cost somewhere between the standard V-8 model’s $220,525 starting price and the Speed’s $280,225 base cost, with the convertible adding about $20,000 to the price tag.

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