The chassis is extraordinarily stiff, even for a convertible, so there is a lot less vibration and noise than one would expect.
The Bentley Continental GTC offers the fun of a convertible with the luxury and prestige associated with a Bentley.
Reviewers on The Driver's Seat have boasted that during testing, even running simple errands like grocery shopping in the GTC were a blast.
20" wheels come standard with optional 21" wheels, which still keep the ride nice.
The all-wheel drive system and electronic stability control make handling very good, though the car's size is still obvious. There is no sacrificing the usual Bentley smoothness and comfort.
There is a decent amount of leg and head room in the back seat.
The multimedia system is handled by a newer model which is much easier to use.
The restyling from the older model may be two subtle. Car and Driver mentions concern that friends or valet drivers will not recognize that it is the newest model.
Pricing is problematic. The Bentley Continental GTC starts at around $212,000 and can easily reach $250,000 with the extra equipment and trim.