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Premier4509 Bentley Continental GT: elegant aero


Common adjectives applied to tuner-modified Bentleys include: gaudy, excessive, and hideous. The Premier4509 won't be falling victim to such criticism, however, as its sleek lines and highly aerodynamic profile actually fit with the overall theme of the car.

Rather than going the route of its last wide-bodied aero kit for the Bentley Continental GT, Premire4509 has taken a more tasteful tack for the 2009 update. This version will only be available to 300 customers, however, with the company limiting output to keep the look exclusive.

“The response to the wide body package has been over whelming and there is a large demand to debut a non-wide version. We didn’t want to do an exact replica of the wide body version, so we have made some changes to differentiate the two designs,” said company president H. Yokomaru.

The kit includes a replacement front bumper, side skirts, rear bumper, six-piece grille set, rear deck spoiler (the sole flirtation with poor taste) and new exhaust tips.

No pricing on the conversion has yet been released, but considering the car and the special-edition nature, expect a proportionate price tag.
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  1. Amazing how their original kit is hideous, but I actually like this one. Gotta hand it to them for continually developing and improving the design.
     
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  2. British cars look MUCH better when they stay tasteful and classy. body kits don't look right on Bentley's, jaguars, or most Land Rovers. while this one is not the worst I've seen, it's still way over the top
     
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