A new player to the bespoke tuning game, Scotland-based Imperium Automotive recently unveiled their latest tuning options for the Bentley Continental GTC, and showcases it with the limited edition GTC Audentia package.
The most obvious alterations to the factory Bentley are the impressively subtle-yet-aggressive aerodynamics, including front bumper with grille, air vents, sport side skirts, rear apron, boot lip spoiler, rear diffuser, and sport exhaust tips. The new bodywork is hand-built from carbon fiber and help to aesthetically lower the car, giving it a stronger stance without being overly-pronounced.
One thing that Imperium seems to have succeeded at that many high-end car tuners strive for is such a seamless look. Most people – even some enthusiasts – would see this car and assume that it’s a Bentley straight off the showroom floor, maybe in a new trim level they haven’t seen yet.
Of course they didn’t stop at a body kit. While no specifications are posted on their website, Imperium promises a wide level of customization to the Continental Audentia’s ECU, brake, suspension, and exhaust systems, including custom sound tuning.
Inside, you get your choice of custom leathers and ultra suede, and trim made from carbon fiber or wood, as well as a custom steering wheel made from carbon fiber, refined wood, or piano black finished in ultra suede or leather hand grips. Also available for the interior: illuminated door sills, aluminum foot pedals, custom floor mats, and interior LED lighting.