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Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Photo: Bentley Continental GT Diamond Series

It's very exclusive and it barely differs from a normal Continental GT. The Diamond Series was built to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Bentley factory in Crewe, England. What makes a Diamond Series a Diamond Series? Well, you get those awesome 20 inch alloy wheels, carbon ceramic brakes and most important: a very cool badge on the side of the car! The crew from Crewe only built 400 Diamond Series and it fits perfectly in the brochure with the Arnage Diamond Series, built for the same purpose. The Bentley Continental GT is an ongoing success. The success is so big they have now built a version for those who want even more power, the Continental GT Speed.


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