Bentley continental supersports

Upgrades (30)

Upgrade Duration R G
1 Engine: Cold Air Intake 30 Minutes 14,200 3
2 Engine: High-Performance Engine Tuning 1 Hour 21,300 5
3 Engine: High Performance Throttle Body 2 Hours 30 Minutes 31,900 8
4 Engine: Engine Re-bore 4 Hours 47,900 12
5 Engine: High Performance Cam-shaft 18
6 Engine: Performance Cylinder Heads 12 Hours 107,700 28
7 Engine: Uprated Turbocharger Kit 44
1 Drivetrain: Lightweight Flywheel 30 Minutes 13,200 3
2 Drivetrain: Uprated Sports Driveshaft 1 Hour 19,800 5
3 Drivetrain: Limited Slip Differential 2 Hours 30 Minutes 29,700 8
4 Drivetrain: Uprated Sports Gearbox 12
1 Body: Advanced Body Refinement 30 Minutes 10,500 2
2 Body: Aero Optimised Undertray 1 Hour 15,700 4
3 Body: Advanced Weight Reduction 2 Hours 30 Minutes 23,600 6
4 Body: Polycarbonate Window Replacements 9
1 Suspension: Strut Bar 30 Minutes 12,100 3
2 Suspension: Performance Sway Bar 1 Hour 18,200 5
3 Suspension: Advanced Suspension Tuning 7
4 Suspension: Uprated Sports Shocks 4 Hours 40,800 10
5 Suspension: Fully Adjustable Sports Shocks 16
1 Exhaust: Uprated Free-Flow Muffler 30 Minutes 12,000 3
2 Exhaust: Uprated Hi-Flow Catalytic Converter 1 Hour 17,900 4
3 Exhaust: Custom Exhaust Headers 2 Hours 30 Minutes 26,900 7
4 Exhaust: Sports Turbo-back Exhaust 10
1 Brakes: Uprated Sports Brake Pads 30 Minutes 9,300 2
2 Brakes: Uprated Sports Calipers 1 Hour 13,900 3
3 Brakes: Uprated Carbon Ceramic Vented Brake Discs 5
1 Tires & Wheels: Camber Alignment 30 Minutes 11,100 3
2 Tires & Wheels: High-Grip Performance Compound 1 Hour 16,700 4
3 Tires & Wheels: Lightweight Racing Rims 6
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For upgrades including PR values, please see the project page , please be aware that PR values can vary depending on the upgrade order.

It’ll compete at the GP Ice Race in Austria in just a few days.

The normal Bentley Continental GT is no race car. The fancy coupe feels more at home on the Autobahn than it does carving up any track. But this one is a bit different. Specially prepared to compete in the second-annual GP Ice Race in Austria, the one-off Conti has all the right pieces in place for carving up ice and snow.

But the updates to this Continental are mostly skin deep. It wears a Pikes Peak-inspired black-and-baby-blue livery, an appropriate bespoke Bentley ski rack (with branded Bomber for Bentley Centenary Edition skis), a large LED light bar on its roof, and new studded Pirelli Scorpion tires to help with grip. Otherwise, the factory twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter W12 good for 626 horsepower (467 kilowatts) and 664 pound-feet (900 Newton-meters) of torque carries over.

That factory motor should be more than enough in these conditions, though. The Continental GT hits 60 miles per hour (96 kilometers per hour) in just 3.6 seconds and will continue on to a top speed of 207 mph (321 kmh) – not that we’ll see anything close to those speeds at this event. The only things that change mechanically are the exhaust – an aftermarket Akrapovic kit gives this Conti GT a meaner sound – and the ride height. In order to cope with the snow, Bentley lifted the car by 0.6 inches (15 millimeters). While in-car, Bentley fitted a rear roll cage, an on-board fire suppression system, and racing seats and harnesses.

Behind the wheel of the Continental GT when it hits the ice will be Junior World Rally Championship driver and a daughter of a former rally driver, Catie Munnings. Munnings has an FIA European Rally Championship Ladies Trophy under her belt and even used to host the TV program, «Catie’s Amazing Machines,» in the U.K.

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«The opportunity to race with Bentley at Zell am See is one that I couldn’t miss. I’m completely blown away by the car, and I actually still can’t believe I’m getting let loose in a Bentley to do an ice race. I spent some time on ice in the car just before Christmas. At first I thought it would feel heavy, but I was amazed by how dynamic, nimble and responsive it is. It can dance like a lightweight rally car, and I can’t wait to race it at such an iconic event.»

This is the second-annual GP Ice Race, following the event’s revival last year, and kicks off in Austria on February 2. The race uses a 1,960-foot (600-meter) frozen track carved from snow and includes two events: standard racing and an exhibition of «skijoring,» in which the car tackles the track with a skier behind it.

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