Continental Supersports Convertible

The launch of the Continental Supersports Convertible in 2010 followed the introduction of the Continental Supersports Coupé in 2009. With the same 630PS (621bhp/463kW) twin-turbocharged W12 engine, the Supersports Convertible was the fastest, most potent convertible Bentley had ever built.

The inspiration for the ‘Supersports’ name is the 1925 Bentley Supersports, a race-bred version of the iconic Bentley 3-litre, that delivered 85bhp when more ordinary cars were equipped with a modest 15bhp. It was also the first production car to reach 100mph – extreme performance in its day.