2010 Bentley Continental Ultrasports 702 by wheelsandmore review and pictures

Posted on Tuesday, 27 April 2010 , 10:04:42 byVeronica

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Bentley Continental Ultrasports 702 by wheelsandmore

Wheelsandmore has released a tuning package for the Bentley Continental Supersports that brings its power up to 702 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque, after it developed an ecu upgrade, combined with a handmade, stainless steel exhaust system.
The German tuning house also offers a set of 21-inch, 3-piece modular rims on Dunlop Sport Maxx tires, and an electronically adjustable suspension.

Wheelsandmore, german individual tuner for sports and supersportscars, has revealed their custom modifications on the Bentley Continental Supersports.

With serial power about 630 hp the Bentley Continental Supersports already is the most powerful and fastest sportscoupe ever built by Bentley. But Wheelsandmore thought of much more and developed an ecu upgrade, combined with a handmade, stainless steel exhaust system. With special sportcatalysts, the ecu upgrade and within a remote controlled valve flap system, they increased the power up to 702 bhp and 650 lb-ft of torque.

As the Bentley Supersports is not only coming with the biggest engine, but also with one of the biggest carbon-ceramic brakes, measuring 16.54 inches, Wheelsandmore got to use all their experience and know how to construct special wheels for perfect handling and outstanding visual appearance. The 3-piece lightweight wheel set is outfitted with „C-Sport" model sizing 10,5x21" with Dunlop Sport Maxx tyres front and rear, wearing an enormous 4,5" outisde lip in the rear. A special tyre approval allows a giant highspeed at 209 mph. In this case the wheels are painted completely matte black with a red racestripe, but wheelsandmore is able to offer unlimited colour and surface combinations.

Finally the suspension can be switched up and down by using an electronic lowering module from Wheelsandmore called „LowMaXX", which lifts up the car automatically around 0.79 inches at a speed of 44 mph to recover comfort and safety.