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For The Bentley Continental GT Convertible has serious visual drama, and the mighty performance and capable handling prove it isn't just an act. It’s comfortable, refined and hugely luxurious.

Against You’ll pay serious money to buy and run one, and the low-speed ride could be more cosseting.

Bentley Continental GT Convertible
44 5stars

You’ll do well to find a better luxury open-top than the Bentley Continental GT Convertible. It’s fast, refined, beautifully appointed and stunning to look at.

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There are 4 Bentley Continental GT versions available

Convertible 6.0 W12 2dr TBA
What Car? says:3 stars out of 5
Convertible 4.0 V8 2dr £136,250
What Car? says:4 stars out of 5
Convertible 4.0 V8 S 2dr £152,900
What Car? says:4 stars out of 5
Convertible 6.0 W12 Speed 2dr £167,900
What Car? says:3 stars out of 5

Buyer's notes

Target Price team says:

Once you’ve made the choice to buy a Bentley Continental GT Convertible, there’s only one more decision to make – which engine to go for. It’s a tough choice, because they’re all immense. There’s a 500bhp V8 or a stonking W12 with either 567bhp in standard form or 616bhp in Speed form.

The V8 is our pick, because it’s much cheaper to buy and run. Many of the GTC’s well-heeled customers won’t care a jot about that, but they might care about the V8’s superior touring range – it’ll go around half as far again on a single tank of fuel.

All examples come stuffed with luxury goodies, including satellite-navigation, climate and cruise controls, an elaborate stereo and acres of leather trim.

If you can afford to buy a Bentley GTC, you can probably afford to splash out on a few optional extras. You’ll have plenty to choose from, too, because if you can think of a luxury item, you’ll be able to add it to your car – for a price.

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