Though driving fast on huge slabs of ice may not be the number one priority of any Phoenix Arizona motorists, the ISR in Bentley Continental Supersports Convertible ISR stands for Ice Speed Record. The new world record in ice racing was set recently by Finnish racer Juha Kankkunen on the frozen Baltic Sea, off the coast of Finland. The biofuel-powered 6-litre, 12-cylinder Continental Supersports convertible achieved a speed of 205.48 mph, impressive anywhere, but especially on top of a frozen sea.
The Supersports ‘Ice Speed Record’ is distinguished by its extrovert and muscular design cues that reinforce the uncompromising performance of this extreme Bentley convertible. Bentley’s designers have selected three ‘stand-out’ exterior paint colours for the new convertible: Beluga, Quartzite and, fittingly, Arctica White. These colours are complemented by a Dark Grey Metallic soft top with Bentley’s refined three-ply composite construction.
Phoenix Arizona customers may want to take advantage of the warm Phoenix Valley weather with the convertible soft top. The unique appearance of the soft top is created in the outer layer by a ‘grey’ acrylic fibre with a semi-transparent ‘metallic look’ in a twill weave construction. The car’s potent performance is further accentuated by 20” inch, 10-spoke Supersports wheels with a dark tint finish.
For those Phoenix Arizona customers seeking to accentuate the high performance credentials of the car further, Bentley offers a special ISR Mulliner design package as a no cost option. The 20” 10-spoke Supersports wheels can be specified in a vibrant red paint with a diamond turned finish to produce a lustrous metallic contrast. The dual-louvered dark bonnet vents, unique to Supersports models, are complemented by red accent surrounds. The extrovert Mulliner design is completed with a set of bold of Supersports ISR graphics that run down both flanks of the car.
Phoenix Arizona Bentley enthusiasts can view the Bentley Continental or any other current production model Bentley at Scottsdale Bentley, on Chauncey Lane, off of the 101 and Scottsdale Rd.