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Vorsteiner Tuning Package for the Bentley Continental GT

Increased aero, aggressive styling, forged wheels and carbon fiber appeal

Toni Avery
Jun 11, 2013
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The Bentley Continental GT is the new subject of Vorsteiner North America's latest style and performance package. The Vorsteiner Tuning Program's aim is to transform what some would consider mildly reserved OEM styling into a more muscular and performance oriented stance. This comes compliments of a full body kit, spoiler and forged aluminum monobloc wheels. And while the modifications may look aesthetic each component is designed for weight reduction and aerodynamics.

Starting at the front, the bumper is replaced with a pre-preg carbon fiber option that not only improves downforce and routes additional cool air into the radiators but also adds a more aggressive look. Continuing to the sides of the GT, pre-preg carbon fiber side skirts also work to improve aero and promote stability at higher speeds.

To the rear comes a pre-preg carbon fiber vented bumper fitted with a rear diffuser and six aerodynamic fin extensions. Further helping to create addtional down force is the 'tunnel' above the flared elliptical exhaust tailpipes. Completing the look is an add-on gurney spoiler also in carbon fiber.

Finally, forged monoblock wheels available in sizes including 20, 21, or 22 inches complete the exterior.

Components of Vorsteiner Package:

  • Front Bumper Replacement Carbon Fiber Pre-Preg
  • Side Skirt Carbon Fiber Pre-Preg
  • Rear Bumper Replacement with Integrated Diffuser Carbon Fiber Pre-Preg
  • Deck Lid Spoiler Carbon Fiber Pre-Preg
  • Forged Monoblock Wheels available in 20 | 21 | 22
  • Pricing TBA
  • For more information visit: vorsteiner.com

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