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Zagato and Bentley come together

By PetrolHead on 31 May 2012

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This special edition Bentley was introduced at the 2008 Geneva Motor Show and was a joint venture between Bentley and Italian styling house Zagato.

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The Continental GTZ is equipped with a 600bhp, twin-turbo 6.0-litre W12 Continental GT Speed with a Zagato bodywork and special two-tone finish. It also weighs a 100kg less than the standard GT.

During the Concorso D'Eleganza event in northern Italy, the same car was present with special panels covering the rear wheels.That aside, it features Zagato's signature double-bubble roof, a round tail with a unique taillight design, and a hand-painted pin-stripe that's the same color as high quality tan leather, which comes complete with Z motifs hand-stitched into the seatbacks.

The original GTZ was priced at 1.3 (S$2.08) million so expect this extra-special version to cost a little bit more.

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