Steane Klose | Feb 18, 2009

When Bentley said it was preparing its "fastest, most powerful production car ever,” we took notice.

Now, mere weeks away from the car's scheduled unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show on March 3rd, Bentley has released a video to keep our interest piqued, and boy does it work a treat.

Based on the Bentley Continental (GT Speed variant pictured below), the new supercar will need to have more than 600hp to take the crown as the fastest and most powerful - most reports are indicating that around 630hp (470kW) will be on tap.


According to Bentley, “This new model is very much the extreme Bentley,” and will feature a much lower kerb weight that any other model in the range. When coupled with the Biofuel drive train, the new ride will represent the first stage of Bentley's environmental efforts.

With Bentley's current title holder, the Bentley Continental GT Speed, capable of the 0-100km/h sprint in 4.6 seconds and a top speed of over 320km/h, the Biofuel supercar is going to be one hell of an environmentally conscious ride. Stay tuned for more details closer to Geneva and be sure to check out the video below.

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