The canvas top helps save room and keep the center of gravity low. It also imparts a certain "old world charm" to the car.
Optional neck warmers, heated seats and a heated steering wheel make it so that you can drive with the top down in any condition that isn't wet.
Flexfuel makes the Bentley New Continental GTC more environmentally friendly, though don't expect good gas mileage.
The Bentley's interior is stellar, with tons of ways to personalize the car it is easy to see why it is "meant for drivers."
Provides a lot more rear seat space compared to competitors like the Aston Martin DB9 convertible and the Mercedes SL600.
Not much appears to have changed since last time for the Bentley New Continental GTC, but representatives assure us that no two body panels are the same.
With a base price of close to $200,000, don't expect to see a lot on the road.
The car is very heavy, though it handles well considering.
The canvas soft top is a bit dated with the current prevalence of folding hard tops.
While poised and impressive, the Bentley New Continental GTC still imparts some of the brand's "old man" impression.
Fuel economy-conscious buyers may want to wait for the V8 model, said to be coming later this year.