Some people say it is pointless to have mega in power in convertible cars because you never go that fast with that top down. And with the roof up you can’t go fast, or you shred the roof. But why wouldn’t you go fast with the top down? That was obviously the question on Autocar’s Vicky Parrot’s mind. So she grabbed the keys to a Bentley Continental ISR and went to drive fast. Really fast.
The ISR is a 190 grand version of the Continental Convertible, made to celebrate the car’s world’s Ice Speed Record, hence the name. It is based on the SuperSports version (old Continental) and it managed to achieve top speed of 205.48 mph (330.695 km/h) on the frozen Baltic Sea in Finland. That is despite the fact that its still a heavy, ultra-lux Bentley.
The ISR is limited to 100 units.