Bentley's Continental GT is exactly what the name implies — a long-distance, continent-crossing grand tourer designed for high-speed travel. Now Bentley is giving the Continental GT a dose of cornering ability to go along with its long legs with the Continental GT Speed. This comes in the form of a new four-wheel steering system and electronic rear differential. At low speeds, the rear wheels turn in the opposite direction as the fronts, making for sharper turn-in. At higher speeds, the rear wheels turn in the same direction, making for more stable high-speed maneuvering. To go along with the Speed part, the W12 gets a bump from 626 to 640 horsepower dropping 0-60 times but one-tenth and increasing top speed to 208 MPH. The Continental GT Speed is available to order now.