CGT Studio interior Front cabin area with knurled gear lever

Technology

CGT Studio interior Close up of Satnav/MMI-screen

Infotainment system

To complement its modern interior, the Continental GT boasts touchscreen technology.

The system – designed specifically by Bentley – uses a combination of touchscreen controls and classic knurled rotary switches to offer instant usability and crystal-clear feedback.

Even the graphic interface of the touchscreen was created in-house to ensure its visuals were completely in keeping with the style of the whole interior. Look closely and you will see that the knurled switches on the screen are ‘virtual’ echoes of the real knurled switches below.

CGT Studio interior Center console / Phone

Navigation and Connectivity

As you drive, the Continental GT's navigation system provides real-time monitoring of your tyre pressures, access to your phone contacts (either via Bluetooth or by inserting your SIM card) and the opportunity to zoom in or out of mapping at the touch of a finger.

Note: Software upgrades vary according to region. Please contact your dealer for specific details.

See more about your Bentley's Bluetooth compatability here

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Entertainment System

For the latest Continental models, the infotainment system features the latest software upgrades, which vary from region to region, but include refinements such as point of interest mapping and, where the infrastructure supports it, digital radio. While the 15GB of available music space should be enough to last you on a round-the-world tour without hearing the same track twice, you can also play music via an iPod, MP3 player, the car’s own optional 6-disc CD changer or even an SD  card. 

See more about music device compatibility here

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Naim™ for Bentley

The bespoke Naim™ for Bentley system, incorporating custom-built speakers and eight individual DSP modes, is available as an option for your Continental GT, turning the cockpit of a Bentley into the equal of any concert venue in the world.