As announced a week ago, Bentley have revealed the all-new Speed version of the Continental GT on Wednesday. According to the British manufacturer it is the most dynamic road car produced in the company's 101-year history. It features a 650 bhp version of the familiar W12 engine and benefits from the much better balanced chassis of the third generation Continental GT. The Continental GT Speed can sprint to 100 km/h in just 3.6 seconds and has a top speed of 335 km/h.
German BMW specialists Alpina have worked their magic on the 8-Series to create the new B8 Gran Coupe. It is powered by a reworked version of the familiar twin-turbo V8 that produces a hefty 612 bhp. Like all Alpinas, the B8 Gran Coupe combines tarmac shattering performance with opulent luxury inside the cabin.
Ahead of the competition debut later this year, BMW continue the development of the M4 GT3. As can be seen in the new images revealed this week, it is undergoing an extensive testing program in Spain with the car being run side-by-side with the current generation M6 GT3.
We also take a look back today by highlighting this Spice SE90C that was raced in Group C and GTP events between 1991 and 1993. Still actively campaigned in historic events, SE90C-020 is seen during several outings at Spa and Paul Ricard.

Enjoy the links:

2021 Alpina B8 Gran Coupé

2021 Bentley Continental GT Speed

2021 BMW M4 GT3

1990 Spice SE90C Cosworth (SE90C-020)