The 2011 Bentley Continental GTC comes with the long list of options and accessories that characterize most other cars from the brand. The base model includes bi-xenon headlamps, air suspension with continuous damping control, 8" infotainment system with navigation, iPod integration, satellite radio, DVD playback, multi-zone automatic climate control, keyless entry and start, and much more. Optional extras include a variety of aesthetic items, like a jeweled fuel filler cap, a choice of 6 more wood veneers, or premium stitching. There are also a variety of convenience options, like adaptive cruise control, GPS tracking for security, a rear view camera, heated steering wheel, or 15 speaker premium sound.
The Bentley Continental GTC can have up to 17 different interior colors, all in full leather, and if the color exists, then Bentley will paint the GTC with it. The variety of options, both aesthetic and technological, is impressive. In fact, Bentley will even allow users to customize the canvas color for the soft top, a bit of personalization which not even Audi affords. The GTC is definitely all one would expect from a Bentley but to be candid, there are a few other vehicles available at the fraction of the price and deliver a fraction more than Bentley's offerings. Although, the GTC convertible is a refined example of opulent motoring, the Maserati GranTurismo and the Aston Martin DBS convertible highlight the luxury convertible segment. For one, they are one of the most attractive cars in the market and will set you back quite a bit less compared to the 2011 GTC convertible but if prestige is not an option, then the Bentley is an unrivalled asset to your garage.