Bentley Continental GT Rally Edition

If you want to mow down zombies during the apocalypse in total luxury and style, this is the ride you've been searching for. Slightly modified from its stock form, this Bentley Continental GT was built for National Geographic's Supercar Megabuild television show. It retains the original's turbocharged W12 and all wheel drive, with eight Quantum Racing shocks, brush guard, external roll cage, fender flairs, all-terrain tires, jerry cans, and spare tire — all for a substantial discount over what a normal Continental GT would cost. Not just a trailer queen show car, this Bentley is a capable off-road machine.

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