Italian design house Zagato has developed a unique coachbuilt body for Bentley’s new Continental GT Speed, which it plans to unveil at next week’s Geneva Motor Show. Labeled the 'GTZ', the modified Bentley is just the latest in a long history of coachbuilt cars from Zagato including last year’s Diatto Ottovù and previous works from Ferrari, Aston Martin, Jaguar, Rolls Royce and MG.

The GTZ features a hand-shaped aluminium body with pronounced character lines, flared wheel arches and a revised rear end with new taillights. The car also gets new colors for both the exterior and cabin, which has been modified with more sumptuous leather and a new center console.

The GTZ remains a concept but depending on the level of attention and possible orders it receives in Geneva it may eventually end up in limited production. Underneath the hood is the regular GT Speed powertrain, which means 600hp (441kW) and 750Nm (553ft-lb) of torque from a force-fed W12 engine.


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