Bentley's Grand Convertible marks a return to the big and bold drop-tops that have been a key piece in the brand's DNA for decades and decades. The two-door yacht reinterprets the styling that debuted in the Mulsanne and creates a new icon of British muscle, powered by a 530-hp V8 and a massive 811 lb-ft of torque from their 6¾-litre twin-turbo which is also from its four-door sibling. The interior also displays a master class in leathermaking with 14 naturally tanned hides that are diamond quilted, Bentley's signature pattern, and wraps around the four-seat interior. Bentley is awaiting customer response to the car and if released, will be available in a limited run of vehicles.
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