Standard features on the Bentley New Continental GTC include air springs with damping control, bi-xenon headlights with LED daytime running lights, keyless entry and ignition, slim but comfortable front seats, SiriusXM satellite radio, iPod integration, DVD playback, park distance control, and those are just the major ones. The list of optional extras includes all manner of aesthetic modifications like premium wheels or a jeweled fuel filler cap, but among them are lambswool rugs, heated steering wheel, adaptive cruise control, electronically adjustable neck warmers, GPS tracking system, TV tuner and a rear view camera.
The 2011 Bentley New Continental GTC is available in 17 exterior colors, 17 interior leather colors, plus over 10 different trim variations. The canvas top can be had in any of 8 colors, and for a little extra, a contrasting color hood can be added.
Safety features include a rear view camera, electronic stability control, driver and passenger, thorax, and side airbags. These, paired with the Bentley's solid construction and massive weight, should keep any occupants very safe. Overall, very little appears to have been altered in the 2012 Bentley New Continental GTC Convertible and yet every detail has been revised from the first release in 2006. The evident aspects are a much more muscular design, raked waistline, wider tracks and improvised aesthetics. Inside the Bentley features more legroom than its previous releases all thanks to the "cobra style" front seats, all new touch screen entertainment system, an optional neck air system for top down motoring and a dedicated automated arm that hand your seatbelt to you. In Bentley's innovative efforts to beef up noise suppression, improved wheel arch liners, glass interlayer's and underbody sheets have been installed, while every rubber seal has been re-engineered to address cabin serenity.