At the Geneva auto show March 2, Bentley will debut the Continental Supersports Convertible, which the British ultraluxury brand says is the fastest, most powerful droptop it has ever built.
The car has the same 621-hp, 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged W12 engine as its sister model, the Continental Supersports Coupe, which went on sale last year.
The Continental Supersports Convertible will go on sale worldwide mid-summer. It has a top speed of 202 mph (325kph).
Bentley dressed the open-air car with new materials, including satin-finished carbon fiber and Alcantara. It also extends the biofuel capability of the Continental range, running on E85, gasoline or both. The car is all-wheel drive.
Design changes for the Supersports convertible include flared rear fenders to accommodate the wider track, revised air intakes and hood vents, and a spoiler for improved aerodynamics.
AutoWeek's Greg Migliore contributed to this report