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2009 Bentley Continental SuperSports | 650K HKD

With a top speed in excess of 200 miles per hour and more than 600 horsepower on command, the Bentley Continental Supersports was the most powerful automobile in the history of the company.

Everything about the Bentley Continental Supersports was engineered for a single purpose: to deliver the most thrilling driving experience possible from a Bentley. While it is both the fastest accelerating and fastest outright Bentley ever, the Supersports is no stripped-out track special; it’s as luxurious and refined as a Bentley ought to be – a true supercar, with comfort and speed.

Year: 2009

Body: 2 Doors

Exterior: Gun Metal Grey

Interior: Black

Driver's Side: RHD

Transmission: Automatic

Indicated Mileage: 21,500 KM

Location: Hong Kong

Registration: Hong Kong Registered, 1 Previous Owner

This motor car: This particular Bentley Continental Supersports is a 2009, UK-supplied, right-hand drive example finished in Gun Metal Grey, with half leather/ half Alcantara interior, including the headlining and the door cards. A pair of heated, two-piece, carbon fibre sports seats with red piping sit in the cabin embossed with the Bentley logo in the headrests. A Breitling analogue clock sits above the satellite navigation panel, which also acts as the rear parking camera control display. Where rear passengers would normally reside, a carbon fibre cross-brace spans the cabin, generating torsional rigidity, showing the real intent of the 'Supersports'. Sitting on 20" silver alloy wheels, the car is fitted with carbon ceramic brakes, adjustable suspension and a host of other options, and is effectively a very luxurious 'Group A Touring Car' for the road. Showing only 21,500 km since it was born at Crewe headquarters, this fantastically quick car would put a smile on any enthusiastic driver's face.Throughout its life, the car has been diligently maintained and kept in an excellent condition. This example is ready to enter a new stable. Available for viewing by appointment for serious interest only.


  • The most powerful Bentley ever made at the time of introduction

  • Combining comfort and speed in one luxurious package

  • Low mileage and dealer service records

Classic Insider condition score: 88 points out of 100


Original. Well-kept and consistently maintained. The paint is well kept and showing just minor imperfections and blemishes. Recent front paint refreshed. The original multi-spoke alloy wheels are in overall good condition, largely unmarked and shod with fresh tires. The Interior is original, seats, dash, carpets and door cards showing minimal signs of wear and tear. Mechanically excellent, no warning lights are showing. The engine bay is kept very clean and tidy.

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2022 Mar

- Paint Refreshment (front bumper, fender and grill)

- Full Oil and Filter Service

- Replace Brake Pads

2021 Aug (19,543KM)

- 4 New Tyres

- New Tyre pressure sensors

2021 Jan (16,923KM)

- Full Service by Bentley Kam Lung Hong Kong

- New Batteries (both units)

- New under chassis cover, bolt and nut

- Brake System Bleed

2019 (14393km)

- Fully serviced by Bentley Hong Kong

2014 - 2018 (8444km to 12808km)

- Fully Serviced by Bentley Hong Kong

- Battery, Spark Plugs, Brake Fluid, Air Filters renewed

- Bush, Air Spring

2012 - 2014 (6874KM)

- Purchase of extended 24 months warranty package

- Fully serviced by Bentley HK


- Under full warranty. Serviced by Bentley HK

** All available previous Service records available upon request


The Supersports name made its debut in 1925 on a highly-tuned Bentley 3 Litre capable of a genuine 100mph. Just eighteen examples were built; the name was revised in 2009 with the 200+mph Continental Supersports, which earned its place in automotive history when ex-rally champ Juha Kankkunen set a new world ice speed record at the wheel. So the new model has quite a heritage to live up to, and prospective owners won’t be disappointed.

Unveiled in 2003 at the Geneva Motor Show, the Continental GT was a different animal altogether. Very importantly, the car differed significantly from the previous Continental R & T models in terms of its concept: although much of the car is hand assembled, it is a mass-produced car made in significantly larger numbers. It is not a coachbuilt car. As a result, the price at launch was significantly less than the Continental R (approximately half) and this immediately exposed the car to an entirely different and much wider customer base as a more affordable car. The Crewe-built car's numbers were impressive with twin-turbo VAG 6.0 litre W12 engines, developed in the VW Phaeton and stillborn W12 sports car, producing. 552bhp and 479lb ft torque. This prodigious output was fed through a six-speed automatic box from the new A8, and distributed by the Quattro four-wheel drive system. 0-60 in 4.7 seconds and a top speed of 196mph were significant for a car of this stature.

Some six years later, also in Geneva, Bentley unveiled their new Continental Supersports boasting 621 bhp and was indecently quick with 0-60mph in 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 204 mph, making it the fastest and the most powerful production Bentley ever. With a revised 'tiptronic' automatic gearbox employing a 'quick-shift' system, gear change times were reduced by 50%. In order to cope with the increased power, it was necessary to have carbon fibre-reinforced Silicon Carbide ceramic disc brakes - the largest and most powerful brakes ever fitted to a production car.


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