Bentley Continental, Supersports ISR Convertible, Radical Style
Introducing the most potent and radically-styled convertible ever to bear the famed Winged B emblem.
World Ice Speed Record.
The New Continental Supersports Convertible ISR celebrates the achievements of four-time world rally champion Juha Kankkunen and his bio-fuelled Continental Supersports Convertible. Who together set a new world ice speed record on 10th February 2011 above the frozen waters of the Bay of Bothnia, Finland. The all-wheel drive Supersports Convertible achieved a speed of 205.48mph (330.695 km/h) on a specially created 16.5km long track on the frozen Baltic Sea. this feat shattered Juha’s own record of 199.83mph (321.6 km/h) set in 2007 in the Continental GT.
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Model: Continental Supersports ISR Convertible
Engine Type: W12
Engine Displacement: 6.0 L
Engine Max Power: 631 HP
Engine Max Torque: 590 LB-FT
Engine Capacity 5998cc
Max. Power 631bhp / 640 PS / 471kW @ 6000rpm
Max.Torque 800Nm, 590 lb-ft
Compression Ratio 9.0:1
Emission Level EU V / LEV 11
Fuel E85 & 98 (95) RON
Driveline and Transmission:
Continuous all-wheel drive.
40/60 rear bias torque split & Torsen centre differential.
zf 6-speed automatic transmission.
Max. Speed: 204mph / 329km/h
Acceleration 0 – 60mph: 3.8 seconds
Acceleration 0 – 100km/h: 4.0 seconds
Urban: 11.0mpg 25.7 litres/100km
Extra-Urban: 24.3mpg 11.5 litres/100km
Combined: 17.0mpg 16.7 litres/100km
CO2 emissions (combined): 388g/km
City Driving: 12 USmpg
Highway Driving: 19 USmpg
Weights and Volumes:
Kerbweight: 2430kg 5280lb
Fuel tank capacity: 90L 19.8 Gallons / 23.8 US Gallons
Overall Length: 4804mm 189.1in
Width across mirrors: 2194mm 86.4in
Width with folded mirrors: 1945mm 76.6in
Overall Height: 1393mm 54.6in
Wheel Base: 2745mm 108.07in
Track Front / Rear: 1623 / 1657mm 63.9 / 65.2in
1. Performance power rating is based on 98 RON fuel
2. Fuel consumption is based on the EU Drive Cycle / EPA Drive Cycle
Source: Bentley Motors.
Bentley Motors was founded by W.O. Bentley in 1919 when the first Bentley engine burst into life at New Street Mews, London. From these modest beginnings, W.O’s company went from strength to strength through the 1920s, with an evolving series of acclaimed motor cars and a parade of racing triumphs to prove their outstanding performance. These laurels were capped with five outright victories at Le Mans between 1924 – 1930 and a sixth in 2003.
If we had mission statements in those days, it could not have been expressed more eloquently than in the words of W.O. himself, “To build a fast car, a good car, the best in its class”. These words are just as relevant today as they continue to inform our beliefs, actions and ambitions for the future. Located in Crewe, England since 1946 and owned since 1998 by Volkswagen AG, Bentley Motors is dedicated to making responsive and powerful Grand Tourers with the stamina to cross continents at pace, and drive in refined comfort and style.