ASI Uses Continental GT To Create The Tetsu GTR

Written by tonks on June 6, 2008

Tetsu GTRMany of us love to see the Bentley Continental GT driving around town (if you’re lucky enough to see one) or even in one of our favorite movies. We can understand the need to tune it up to make it more powerful – but what happened to this Bentley is just sad.

This Continental GT was used to create this Tetsu GTR. The Japanese tuner ASI decided that it needed some sprucing up and gave it a new rear and front apron, trunk and spoiler, exposed carbon fiber hood, and a custom paint job that has been painted with flowers! I think we can all agree that the flowers need to be removed.

There seems to be some method to the Tetsu GTR’s madness, as the front turn signals appear inspired by the Porsche 911 and the rear has an unmistakable Audi R8 flavor. The car has been upgraded with unspecified mechanical components that boost the twin-turbo W12 up to 800 horsepower, which just makes driving away from all those confused stares in public a faster affair.

Posted Under: Bentley,Supercars

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