The world of one-upmanship doesn't get more uppity than a bespoke Bentley, which is exactly what British design company Imperium has made.
The Imperium Bentley Continental GT comes with carbon fibre body panels and subtly redesigned front and rear bumpers. A larger front air intake is incorporated into the lower apron, while carbon fibre side skirts, a rear spoiler and diffuser all help with aerodynamics.
Imperium has even gone as far as developing unique alloy wheels, while the colour of paint has been specially mixed and is not used on any other car.
It's not just cosmetic, either. Imperium has added sports suspension, a reprogrammed ECU and a sports exhaust. This supposedly increases power and performance, but we've yet to be told exact figures.
On the inside, Imperium has also been busy finishing the car in hand stitched leather, carbon fibre and suede trim.
No word on the price for all this work, but Imperium says this one-off Bentley has been completed for a well-known British entrepreneur.
Alisdair Suttie - 8 Aug 2011