After debuting its 2019 Continental GT coupe at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, Bentley has now unveiled a drophead counterpart the 2019 Continental GT Convertible. The Coupe’s elegant, sculpted styling has been carried over to the all-new 2019 Bentley Continental GT Convertible, which looks just as exquisite without a fixed roof.

The performance figures are the same between the two cars, with naught-to-60 coming at 3.8 seconds and a ludicrous tops speed of 207 MPH. The unique electric z-fold folding fabric roof can be deployed or stored in 19 seconds at up to 30 mph, transforming the Continental GT Convertible from a luxurious coupe into an open-top Grand Tourer at the touch of a button. Seven fabric hood colors are available, including a swanky tweed finish for the first time.


Bentley enthusiasts can expect the same top-notch interior trimmings found in the coupe, as well. The 12.3-inch infotainment screen is front and center, though it can play hide and seek at the touch of a button. Complementing the center screen is a digital gauge cluster and massive sections of veneered wood running along the full length of the dash. Customers will be able to spec out their Continental GT convertibles with all the expected luxury options and finishes, including 70 paint colors, 15 carpet options, 15 different types of leather, and eight veneers.

Bentley has yet to announce an on-sale date, but when it begins taking orders, the Continental GT convertible will cost $236,100 not including destination.