New 2014 Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible: Styling and Design
The 2014 Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible doesn't just lop the roof off of the two-door model - it creates an elegant intepretation of its coupe twin's lines that aren't interrupted by the ungainly rear quarters that sometimes plague large open air cars. From the front, the Continental GT Speed Convertible is simple and wind-swept, with its mesh grilles and wide air opening set into the front bumper suggesting that its muscular hood hides a mill that requires as much oxygen as possible to function at maximum capacity. The rear of the Bentley breaks up the style line that runs down its side with wider haunches that give the car a cat-like stance. The only awkwardness to be found on the giant cruiser is the large gap under the abruptly-ending trunklid, which is meant to house the vehicle's license plate.