When it comes to super powerful grand tourers, there are few that can exceed the Bentley Continental GT. Why? Simply put, this car brings together all of the ingredients into one package: luxury, power and a roomy interior.

And for 2011 Bentley has made some notable changes to the recent powerhouse. With that said, let's have AutoWeek detail you on all of the niceties the Bentley Continental GT offers.

Shall we?

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"An evolution of a revolution," according to Bentley CEO Dr. Franz-Josef Paefgen, the second generation of the landmark coupe that put Bentley back at the tip of the luxury-brand spear in 2003.

The concept driving the new Continental GT? Improved response and stability at all speeds, characterized perhaps as a bit more edge with no loss of requisite Bentley smoothness or comfort.

The new GT is definitely an evolution, starting with its 6.0-liter, twin-turbo W12, which Bentley touts as the lightest, most compact 12-cylinder in the automotive world. The engine can now run on E85. Rotating weight and friction have been reduced, and power increased slightly thanks to new calibrations and turbo-control strategy. There's 15 additional peak horsepower (to 567 hp at 6,000 rpm), and an infusion of 37 lb-ft of torque across the rev range...

[Source: AutoWeek]

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