Minggu, 06 Maret 2011

Bentley Supersports Ice Speed Record

Geneva Motor Show presents Bentley Supersports "Ice Speed Record" Convertible, Limited Edition and the celebration of the ice speed record beaten by a few days ago Supersports Continental convertible, driven by Juha Kankkunen. The car has reached 330.695 km / h with a distance of 16.5 kilometers, above the ice layer 70 cm and a temperature of -30 degrees Celsius.

Its twin-turbo W12 with 640 hp which is supported by the E85 bioethanol. The "Ice Speed Record" will be built only 100 individuals who are motivated by either W12 able to provide 800 Nm of torque which is managed by Quickshift 6-speed automatic transmission. encouraging performance with 0-100 km / closed in just 3.8 seconds and capable of touching 160 km / h in 9.5 seconds.

Injection unit energy than "normal" W12 ensured by a new intake and exhaust systems and a new mapping of the electronic control unit and more efficient intercooler. Recovery 80-120 km / h in 2.5 seconds set on fire. Like the car that broke the record, this limited edition can be activated by gasoline, ethanol and a combination of both.

Responsible FlexFuel technology that enables a drastic reduction of pollutant emissions. As usual, the transmission uses 4 × 4 system with Torsen center differential (asymmetric torque distribution front 40% and 60% in the rear). This car is based on alloy rims 20 '10-spoke with 275/35 Pirelli tires.

Braking system is structured around instead of carbon-ceramic discs 420mm front and 356 rear caliper bitten by pumping the front to 8. Three colors available for the body, (Beluga, quartzite and Arctic White) combined with three-piece hood-color Dark Grey Metallic.

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