Bentley Grand Convertible Concept

Written by Kenny Hoeschen | November 19, 2014
Bentley Grand Convertible Concept

Bentley will be officially unveiling the Bentley Grand Convertible concept at this week’s 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show, but has seen fit to share a few images of the four-seater convertible before then to whet our appetites. Shown in a luscious Sequin Blue with a contrasting silver “liquid metal” finish on the hood and windshield frame, this Bentley will surely draw a lot of attention at the show. The blue color was inspired by a Bentley customer’s sequined gown; as a matter of fact, the color was created using just a single sequin from the gown as inspiration.

Under the hood, the Grand Convertible hides Bentley’s 6.75-liter twin-turbo V8 engine (same as seen in the Mulsanne), which produces 530 horsepower and 811 lb-ft. of torque. At the back, the tonneau is finished in an incredible wood finish with book-matched, mirror-finished and dark-stained Burr Walnut – the largest piece of veneer ever applied to a Bentley. The interior is, of course, hand made by Bentley’s craftsmen and uses 14 naturally-tanned leather hides that are finished with progressive-diamond quilting pattern that matches the shape of the seats and doors.


After a brief visit in Los Angeles, the car will be sent on to Miami where it will appear in Art Basel, an international art show featuring modern and contemporary work.


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