New Face from 2012 Bentley Continental GTC

Spyshot 2012 Bentley Continental GTC - front view

2012 Bentley Continental GTC coupe sport sedan spotted to do lap test. Bentley gave the 2011 Bentley Continental GT a thorough going over to ensure it still appeals to Arab oil tycoons with a taste for large diamonds. This was the biggest change since the model was introduced back in 2003, so we expected the drop-top 2012 Bentley Continental GTC coupe sport sedan model to also get some new jewelry and a crease here and there.

It seems we were right, as the facelift 2012 Bentley Continental GTC coupe sport sedan made it silver presence felt at the Nurburgring test track. The two-door sports model showed new panels, a more inspired by the Bentley Mulsanne, featuring inner lamps powered by xenon on low beam and LED on high beam. The seam at the headlights has been lowered to the height of the air intakes, giving the 2012 Bentley Continental GTC coupe sport sedan a more refined look.

Spyshot 2012 Bentley Continental GTC - side view

At the back, the 2012 Bentley Continental GTC coupe sport sedan has been added with LED lights, while the boots more sculpted, which should look especially good with the top down. The bumper has also been redesigned and now incorporates a single oval tailpipe on each side.

Spyshot 2012 Bentley Continental GTC - rear view

The signature of GT has been embedded on the 2012 Bentley Continental GTC coupe sport sedan interior. A redesigned dashboard with an updated instrument panel and a new touch-screen interface for the audio and navigation systems, along with increased legroom and new sears will all likely be included.

2012 Bentley Continental GTC coupe sport sedan likely find the revised version of the 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged W12, but the much-anticipated 4.0-liter turbocharged V8 is being co-developed with Audi. Well, that is all the details we got. As for the moment, you have to pretty satisfy with the 2012 Bentley Continental GTC coupe sport sedan spyshots we attached for you.

Audi A8 Platform for Bugatti Sedan

Bugatti Sedan

Bugatti Sedan is developed by the Volkswagen as the new production plan within the group of the brands included in what could become the number one auto manufacturer by 2018. Well, Volkswagen’s effort in creating the Bugatti Sedan is none other caused by Porsche which has been handed production of all sports cars and Audi responsible for all the SUVs.

Bugatti Sedan will have a major makeover process that will see the brand abandon the high-performance products it is famous for and focus on something else. Rumor has it that the Veyron could soon become history as Bugatti might change its view from 2014 when it will start building the luxurious Bugatti Sedan.

As always, the Bugatti Sedan will be produced only for a limited number of people and will have jaw-dropping prices. But even so, this could be more profitable for Volkswagen Group than the Bugatti brand is in the current state. The Bugatti Sedan first project could take the form of a luxurious sedan that would use the platform of the Audi A8; it seems likely its next generation, to be built at the same time with the Bugatti Galibier.

What interesting about the Bugatti Galibier is that if it indeed goes into the production line-up, it will probably come as a limited series of 300 units, with features more luxurious and definitely expensive than the Bugatti Sedan which based on the Audi A8.

Both Bugatti and Volkswagen Group do not share any confirmation concerning the Bugatti Sedan, so we still have to wait for official statement or press release on the matter to confirm or deny the report. But, we manage to gather some information for you.

Bugatti Sedan more likely to have its official debut on the 2011 Frankfurt International Auto Show on September. A little bird told us that if you could remember the Bugatti concept back in 1990s while it was still produced under the marquee’s Italian ownership, it probably give you a tiny bit idea of the which will be applied on the Bugatti Sedan.

And what about the engine? Since no confirmation on the Volkswagen Group and Bugatti, we predict that the Bugatti Sedan will be powered by the same outrageous W12 engine which shares with Bugatti Veyron. Could it be sport sedan? We do not know yet.

Bugatti Sedan will be revealed on September, and until then, all we can do is waiting to be surprised by the sport sedan to-be.