Bentley Continental GT Speed CSR2, tune and shift pattern

Bentley Continental GT Speed CSR2, tune and shift pattern

The Bentley Continental GT Speed is the CSR2 Prestige Cup car of season 11. The Bentley is one of the slowest cars in Tier 5.

Continental GT Speed Specs

Real life Bentley

The Bentley Continental GT Speed is powered by a revised version of the six-litre W12 twin turbo with 48 valves and four camshafts. At 6000 rpm it develops an output of 625 hp and a torque of 800 Nm. It completes the sprint to 100 km/h in 4.2 seconds, and at 330 km/h the propulsion ends. A closely stepped eight-speed automatic transmission from ZF transmits the power of the Speed.

Design elements on the body are intended to emphasize the sporty character of the Continental GT Speed. Particularly striking are the dark-tinted matrix grilles on the radiator and on the lower air intakes as well as the exhaust tailpipes with the special ribbing. The lowered new Über-Bentley comes with optimised steering and damping. Distinctive 21-inch wheels in Speed design, fitted with 275 tyres complement the sharpened chassis.

Nothing beats the kick of a kickdown on a long straight: Faster than a jumbo jet at the start, the Bentley then throws its entire mass forward and has 100 on the clock after just 4.2 seconds. After nine seconds the speedometer is at 160 km/h. The brakes grip so tightly that you can almost keep the flies on the windscreen company from the inside. It’s the naked madness with which the huge ceramic discs bring the car to a halt.

The CSR2 Continental Speed

The 3 yellow star Bentley can fit 110 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Speed should run 9.585s. To sum up, the Bentley is one of the slowest cars in Tier 5.

Prestige Cup CarSeason 11

Bentley Continental GT Speed tune and shift pattern

Bentley Continental GT Speed
Tier5
NOS403 / 5.3
Transmission3.12
Tires0 / 100
Wining shift patternGood start (right of green), good to 2nd, good to 3rd and NOS, rest deep good shifts
Time9.585s

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