2019 Bentley Continental GT: Crewe’s Missile Packs 626 HP, Goes 207 MPH

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Bentley wanted the new GT’s handling to be sportier and more responsive without giving up ride quality, so the new one adopts similar chassis technology to the Panamera: control arms at the front and a multilink setup at the rear, with four-corner, triple-chamber air springs; adaptive dampers; and active anti-roll bars at the front and rear. The system, called Bentley Dynamic Ride, also seen on the Bentayga SUV, continuously adjusts spring rates, shock damping, anti-roll-bar stiffness, and ride height to balance ride, handling, and front-to-rear grip. There are four driving modes: Comfort, Sport, Custom, and Bentley—the last being the ride-and-handling combination favored by Crewe’s engineers.


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