2020 Bentley Bentayga vs 2020 Bentley Continental GT Experience

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2020 Bentley Bentayga Speed Revealed: The 626-Horsepower, 190-MPH SUV For the 1 Percent
When the Bentley Bentayga came out back in 2016, it claimed the title of "world's fastest SUV" with its 187-mph top speed. A year later, Lamborghini took that record away with the 190-mph Urus. Now Bentley reclaims the record by a nose with the 2020 Bentayga Speed.

We've said previously that the Urus will hit 190 mph flat out. Technically, however, the automaker's quoted 305 km/h top speed calculates to 189.5 mph. Now, Bentley says the Bentayga Speed will do 306 km/h, which is an honest 190.1 mph.

Now, you might think a 0.6-mph difference is meaningless, but apparently Bentley doesn't. The British automaker is gleefully calling the Bentayga Speed the "world's fastest production SUV." It's especially silly when you recall that Bentley and Lamborghini are both owned by Volkswagen Group—and the Bentayga and Urus share a platform. Seems there's a bit of sibling rivalry at play here.

The new Continental GT features clean, superformed lines and a wide, low body, evoking a sense of speed and presence. On unlocking the car, a pre-programmed sequence of exterior lighting welcomes you. To complement the car’s striking interior design, the interior mood lighting (fitted as standard) can be configured to your preference. With lighting strips created to accentuate the car’s key design lines, you can choose vibrant or muted settings in seven colours, as well as backlighting the treadplates in your chosen colour.

The seats are minimalist in style, with a streamlined design that ensures they are as comfortable as they are elegant. Smooth centre panels maximise the effectiveness of heating, cooling, ventilation and massage functions, while handcrafted quilting adds detail to the bolsters and upper areas – parts of the seats that can be seen from outside the car. The seat memory selectors are located in the door pads, allowing you to select your preferred seating position with a flick of a switch before you even sit down. A satin chrome handle is used to tilt each rear seat forward and access the rear of the cabin, with an alternative ‘express’ switch, which moves the seat electrically instead.
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