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2020 Bentley GT V8 Review

2020 Bentley GT V8 Review

2020 Bentley GT V8 Review – A prototype that is believed to be the next Bentley Continental GT Hybrid has been spied on by photographers this week. Although at first glance, this vehicle looks like its Bentley Continental GT “Normal “, there is an extra flap on the left rear panel, which is likely to be found where the load point of the hybrid powertrain is located.

2020 Bentley GT V8 Review

At this stage it is unclear whether the Continental hybrid will use the Bentayga Hybrid’s 3.0-liter dual-turbo V6 hybrid system and the Porsche Panamea 4 e-Hybrid, or the hybrid V8 double turbo of 500 liters and 500 KW the most powerful of the Panamea Turbo S e-Hybrid.

A prototype that is believed to be the next Bentley Continental GT Hybrid has been spied on by photographers this week.

Although at first glance, this vehicle looks like its Bentley Continental GT “Normal “, there is an extra flap on the left rear panel, which is likely to be found where the load point of the hybrid powertrain is located.2020 Bentley GT V8 Review

At this stage it is unclear whether the Continental hybrid will use the Bentayga Hybrid’s 3.0-liter dual-turbo V6 hybrid system and the Porsche Panamea 4 e-Hybrid, or the hybrid V8 double turbo of 500 liters and 500 KW the most powerful of the Panamea Turbo S e-Hybrid.

While Bentley has not yet divulged the outputs of the Bentayga Hybrid, it is more than likely that the bi-turbo V6 and the accompanying electric motor produce somewhere near the 300kW/700Nm offered by the E-hybrid Panamea 4 with the same powertrain , it is also claimed to offer up to 50 km of electric range from its 14.1-kwh battery pack.

However, given the more performance-oriented competition of the Continental GT, the coupé may be able to use the 500kW/850Nm powertrain of the E-Hybrid, which combines a 4.0-liter double-turbo V8 petrol engine and an electric motor , for up to 49km Electric solo driving.2020 Bentley GT V8 Review

The latter also claims a sprint of 0-100 km/h in just 3.4 seconds and a maximum speed of 310 km/h when conforming to the related Porsche sedan. If Bentley uses the same system, it should expect similar performance levels.

The additional details are few and far from this stage, and we hope that the Continental GT hybrid will be released after the upcoming high performance convertible versions of GTC and Speed are revealed, which will probably be presented later this year. In the Paris motor Show or early next. In Geneva

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