Arden Automobilbau GmbH has consequently adhered to the concept of lightweight construction with its latest refinement programme. Through the use of ultralight but high-strength materials as well as wind tunnel proven aerodynamics, the specialists from Krefeld have succeeded in personalising the Bentley Continental GT/GTC stylishly and in optimising its weight and fuel consumption. Starting with body components made entirely of carbon fibre fabric, light-alloy wheels made of magnesium filling the wheel arches, through to the titanium sports exhaust system, Jochen Arden and his team have dedicated themselves to all areas of the luxury all-wheel drive.
Precise, carbon fibre aerodynamic components add a clear, more masculine look to the third generation Bentley Continental production model. The use of the material carbon fibre allows a significant weight saving compared to conventional sheet metal or PU RIM components. The wide body kit comprises not only the front and rear fender flares (50 millimetres wider on each side), but also a front spoiler to be installed on the standard apron. The front view is visually completed with thermally regulating visible carbon fibre air scoops for the bonnet. Side skirts attenuate the air flow and accessorise the edges. At the rear, the diffusor insert and a rear spoiler also made of visible carbon fibre draw attention to the dynamic appearance of the wide-bodied Bentley.