Bentley is entering its Continental GT into the GP Ice Race, which takes place in Austria and runs from February 1-2nd. In order to get the Continental GT ready for the race, the automotive company is making some changes to the vehicle. Participating in the race will allow the brand to showcase its cars capabilities, even in harsh environments.
The reworked Continental GT features a W12 engine, that is able to produce 626 horsepower, as well as 664 pound-feet of torque. Bentley also included a roll cage in the car to protect the driver, as well as a fire prevention system. The car was also retrofitted with racing seats and a harness. Additionally, a customized exhaust system, created by Akrapovic, was added to the car.
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