Bentley unveil Monster Continental GT

Bentley have collaborated with music audio giants Monster to create the Bentley Continental GT Monster by Mulliner.

Monster are one of the world’s very best high-performance audio companies, in fact they have been instrumental (music pun unintended) in the development of the infamous Beats By Dre headphone line.

With Monster’s reputation, teaming up with Bentley brings the best of the audio world with one of the best in the automotive world.

Bentley’s bespoke division Mulliner handled the creation of the Monster inspired Continental GT which has made its public debut at CES 2016.

The result of Mulliner’s work is a rather stylish Bentley Continental GT V8 S with the Monster colour theme spread over the car.

An onyx paint colour features “hotspur” accents on the exterior with a custom bezel around the grille featuring the same colour accents.

Inside, the Monster by Mulliner Continental GT also receives the Mulliner GT Design seat and a special compartment that houses Monster’s new 24K gold wireless headphones.

The goal for this car is to set Monster’s attitude of “Always Lead, Never Follow”, which is also visibly displayed on the door sills. The target market for the Monster by Mulliner isn’t your typical  Bentley owner but more so a younger market. In fact Bentley state themselves this is designed to appeal to young professional athletes and musicians.

Of course this collaboration wouldn’t be complete without some form of custom sound system on board. The Monster by Mulliner features a sound system that isn’t available in any other production car in the world other than this.

Inside, the occupants of the car will be treated to a total of 16 hand selected Monster speakers that deliver 3,400 watts of premium audio. The speakers were in fact personally tuned by Head Monster Noel Lee.

No prices or availability dates have been set as of yet.

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