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Bentley Continental GTC
The Top Gear car review:Bentley Continental GTC
Final thoughts and pick of the range
Just like the coupe, this is a massively more dynamic car than the one it replaces. All the drive systems give it an athleticism that a car of this size, type and mass ought not to have. And of course it’s hugely fast in a straight line. So fast and so refined, you never feel as though you’re going as fast as you really are. It’s a licence loser, that’s for sure, with an uncanny ability to carry speed cross country without getting all out of shape.
Good convertible too - while it’s plainly not as stiff as the coupe, the GTC doesn’t shudder or shake like big, luxury convertibles of even just a generation or two ago, and with all the wind brakes in place there’s virtually no turbulence in the cabin. Which will please potential customers no-end. A deeply satisfying car in which to cover lots and lots of miles, and we suspect own. At a price.
Our choice from the range
This is the one we'd pick...