Bentley has revealed cosmetic changes for its Continental GT Azure, GTC Azure, Flying Spur S and Flying Spur Speed models.
Update, 03/05/2023: Bentley Australia has confirmed these vehicles are available to order now for local customers. Pricing specifications and timing are still to be confirmed.
The luxury carmaker already revealed its Bentayga Azure model late last year, and now its two-door Azure models have received design tweaks to align them with the SUV.
Continental GT and GTC Azure models receive a vertical-vane chrome grille with a black mesh insert.
The seats now feature lofted quilting, which accompanies the 100 per cent pure wool Wilton carpets. These are coloured using the hank dyeing technique, which omits bleach from the process for a richer feel.
All models within the Continental range now feature 100 per cent recycled Nylon carpets.
The Flying Spur Speed and S models now receive an optional Granite grey bolstering which the carmaker says provides “a more performance inspired aesthetic”.
Inspired by racing models from the 1920s, a new matrix grille now features on the Flying Spur Speed and S, replacing the old straight-vane grille.
Customers of the Continental GT and Flying Spur can now choose a dark-tint diamond brushed aluminium trim, previously debuted on the Bentayga.
Bentley also introduces a new optional Topaz Blue exterior colour that is a blend of blue and green. The colour is available across all models.
The Continental GT and Continental GTC have a twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 engine that produces 404kW of power and 770Nm of torque.
Bentley offers the Flying Spur with a choice of three powertrains: a 399kW/749Nm twin-turbocharged 2.9-litre V6 hybrid; a 404kW/770Nm twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8; and a 466kW/900Nm 6.0-litre W12 engine.