Unveiled almost a year ago, Bentley Continental GTC High Society has surely attracted lots of new Bentley fans and owners. The aerodynamic package Prior Design developed for Bentley Continental was codenamed “High Society” and had its world premier on 5 May, last year.
The High-Society kit was especially developed for Bentley Continental GT Cabriolet and includes a ventilated hood, modified bumpers and extended side skirts. Besides these, the High Society Bentley GTC Prior has come up with a spoiler made from carbon fiber, a rear diffuser and a sport exhaust system stainless steel which uses aggressive tailpipes that only increase the car’s power.
It was more of a challenge for the Kamp-Lintfort based tuner to develop this aerodynamic construction kit which proves to be a very successful one taking Bentley Continental GTC all the way up at the top of the automotive league. The company didn’t bring any technical modifications as it thought the car didn’t need any. Bentley Continental GTC features a W12-Motor, Bi-Turbo, 5,998 ccm displacement, 560 PS and 650 Nm torque at 1,600 rpm. Just enough to please almost any driver.
The tuner focused on outward changes that would perfectly match the car body line without making it obtrusive. The front now features a new bumper with integrated carbon fiber bottom lip used to reduce the updraft at the front axle. Two air inlets were installed in order to let the used hot air escape from the engine space. The High-Society kit includes a massive sports grille with two carbon fiber air outlets that are located on top of it.
The car looks longer and lower thanks to the traditional side sills the aerodynamic construction kit includes. The tuner upgraded the interior too with carbon fiber trim that only emphasizes the car’s sportive look. Check the pictures below to see more about the High-Society kit!