The Bentley Continental GT is the CSR2 Prestige Cup car of season 102.
Continental GT Specs
Real life Bentley
Bentley presented the new Continental GT to the public for the first time at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt am Main in September 2017. The first vehicles were delivered in March 2018. Compared to the predecessor model, the third generation is now around 4 cm longer and 2 cm wider.
At the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on 30 June 2019, a new record for production cars was set with a GT. Rhys Millen needed 10:18.488 minutes for the 19.9 km long mountain track. On the occasion of this record Bentley presented the Limited Edition Pikes Peak special model.
The new W12 petrol engine is a further development of the Bentayga engine and, with 467 kW (635 hp), delivers just as much power as the speed version of the predecessor model. The new Continental GT accelerates to 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds, the top speed is specified by Bentley as 333 km/h.
CSR2 Continental GT
The standard version of the GT can fit 128 Fusion parts, so far noting special. The yellow star GT should run 8.534s. Obviously not one of the fastest cars in CSR2.
Bentley Continental GT tunes and shifts
Best tuning for the GT is NOS 439 / 5.7, Transmission 3.17 and Tires 5 / 95. The wining shift pattern seems to be: Perfect start, skip to 3rd around 5000rpm, NOS, rest deep good shifts