Bentley Continental GT Sets World Record at 331 km/h
You might not expect that most car makers would test the upper boundaries of their vehicles' performance the way that Bentley has. Bentley raced its Continental GT in Oulu, Finland on frozen sea ice. The car reached a top speed of 331 km/h, on ice. It's not likely that you'll ever drive that fast, especially in such frigid conditions... but it's rad that you can.
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