According to Edmunds, “The 2009 Bentley Continental GT is a premium luxury coupe available in one loaded trim level.” Of the GTC model, Automotive.com says, “Luxury and labor-saving devices are abundant, with trunk, folding roof and door-sealing all performed at the touch of a button.”
Standard equipment includes Bluetooth connectivity, bi-xenon headlamps with washers, electronically adjustable air suspension, soft-close doors, a full leather interior with a choice of primary and secondary hides in 17 colors, a power opening/closing trunk, 14-way power heated front seats, 19-inch wheels, multizone automatic climate control with rear-seat controls, DVD navigation, and a 10-speaker stereo with satellite radio and a glove-box-mounted six-CD changer.
Sirius Satellite Radio and a six-CD changer are also standard, while a Naim-tuned 1,000-watt, 14-speaker audio system is a $6,000 option. In TheCarConnection.com’s test vehicle, the Naim system doesn't improve sound quality as much as expected, nor does it allow the driver to choose settings for bass, treble, and other typical sound qualities.
Edmunds lists options as “virtually limitless (though you'll pay handsomely for them)…There are also a variety of special-order options known as Mulliner Driving Specification that range from more exclusive veneers and lamb's-wool carpeting to diamond-quilted seating surfaces and specialized exterior paint colors.”