The Bentley Continental comes in four distinct trims for both the convertible and coupe version: base V8, base W12, First Edition V8 and the First Edition W12.
The base V8 and W12 trim come standard with many of the same features and equipment. The ultra-luxury SUV comes with 20-inch alloy wheels, heated front and rear leather seating, Alcantara headliner, power folding heated mirrors with tilt function, leather steering wheel and remote keyless entry with push button start. The Continental's infotainment system comes stocked with 12.3-inch touchscreen, 650-watt 10-speaker sound system, satellite radio, Bluetooth and Apple CarPlay.
The First Edition adds many more premium features to the line-up for both engine options. First Edition Continentals come standard with 22-inch wheels, first row ventilated premium bucket seats, leather headliner, electrically adjustable headrests, head-up display, traffic sign recognition, Adaptive Cruise Control, sport pedals and Bentley's exclusive Rotating Clocks Display. Also, the First Edition adds many more standard safety features including 360-degree camera system, Traffic Assist, Lane Assist, City Assist with pedestrian prevention, Reversing Traffic Warning, Bentley Safeguard Plus, panic alarm, tracker system and night vision.
Prospective buyers shopping for a new Bentley are treated to an incredible wealth of options to make their car feel bespoke, unique and personalized. The Continental is no exception with a huge number of color, wheel, interior and trim options. For instance, while most cars are available in two or three shades of silver, there are no fewer than thirteen different silvers available on the Continental.
The customization just goes on from there. Buyers are treated with a selection of wheels ranging from 20-inches, up to 22-inches in a variety of silver and black styles. Interior leather is two tone by default with around fourteen different colors available. Of course, exactly how the cockpit is divided up between those two colors is up to the customer; they can pick one of five different options. Nine different veneers are offered for the dashboard and surrounding interior, including walnut, carbon fiber, eucalyptus and ash options, while contrasting stitching on the seats can also be ordered in several different styles.
There are of course, plenty of option packages. A Touring Specification adds lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, night vision and a heads-up display. City Specification comes with a top view camera, traffic sign recognition, pedestrian warning, a hands-free trunk, auto dimming mirrors and a reversing traffic warning system. Mood Lighting Specification adds extended interior lighting, while a Front Seat Specification package adds fancier seats with chrome bezels and a massager. Stereo options include a Bang & Olufsen sound system that comes with sixteen speakers and 1500 watts of power, though true hi-fi nerds will instead spring for the Naim sound system with twenty speakers, a twenty channel amplifier and 2200 watts.