Just 15 examples of the Pikes Peak Continental GT Limited Edition have been hand built at Bentley's factory in Crewe England, and two have been secured for New Zealand.
The story behind the Continental GT Pikes Peak edition is one of celebration.
In June of 2019 a W-12 powered Continental GT race car smashed the International Hill Climb record in Colorado by over 8-seconds. During that climb through pikes peak, the GT maneuvered 156 bends and over 5,000ft in just 10 minutes and 18 seconds.
New Zealand owners have begun to take delivery of their vehicles, with the distinguishing Radium paintwork beginning to take to our roads.
The eye-catching detail on this Limited Edition GT is unmistakable; a lightweight carbon fibre body kit, Acid Green brake calipers and Pirelli P Zero Colour Edition tyres add to its presence. The front, lower bumper inserts are enhanced with gloss black detailing, mirrored on the roof panel, wing mirrors and rear surfaces. Combined with a Pikes Peak Decal on the front fender, the appearance hints at the Limited Edition's record-breaking lineage. Mulliner's 22-inch Driving Specification wheels in Gloss Black are standard, while an optional '100' grille celebrates the fact that the record-breaking Pikes Peak run took place in Bentley's centenary year.
This unique and exclusive run has already sold out, with buyers across four different continents a testament to its truly global appeal.
Bentley looks to renewable fuel to power 2021 Pikes Peak run
Bentley hopes to build on its run of unbeatable form at the iconic Pikes Peak International Hillclimb this year with a renewably fuelled Continental GT3, driven by Kiwi-American racer Rhys Millen.