2004 Bentley Continental GT “Off Road”

Mar 15, 2018

Category: Rides

Off-roading is probably the last activity you’d associate with the luxurious Bentley Continental GT. Which, ironically, is a bit surprising considering the stock 4WD and powerplant featured on a production model GT. Fortunately, the good people over at Classic Youngtimers Consultancy realized the GT’s potential and got to work on this backcountry Bentley.

Under the hood here is, of course, a formidable 6.0 liter twin-turbocharged W12 engine complete with an output of 560 horses and 479 lb-ft of torque. However, this power is now coupled with a handful of off-road-ready upgrades including a 3-inch suspension lift, custom 20-inch wheels wrapped in 285 high-speed all-terrain tires, a specialty-built roof rack with four Hella LED lights, custom-made spare wheel construction, rear skid plate, rear light bush covers, and black-matte-painted mirrors and front grill. Pricing isn’t listed but we’re guessing if you have to ask you can’t afford it. Could be worth a shot though for the dedicated individual.

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