There’s something eerie yet serene about driving through Joshua Tree National Park in the desert a few hours east of Los Angeles. It’s vast and quiet, and apart from the occasional work truck or tourist-driven crossover, the stunning roads are typically empty and provide some of the best views in the country. It’s a mix of mountains and valleys, sand and weird greenery, all with a layer of heat shimmer added on top. As I quietly cruise past rows of beautiful cacti with my friends in the car and the windows down, it’s easy to forget that I’m in a $346,260
with 650 horsepower.
To simply evaluate the 2022 Continental GT Speed, I could’ve just stuck to its natural habitat of swanky Beverly Hills just a few miles from my apartment — but that wouldn’t be nearly as fun. This car which lays claim to being Bentley’s fastest and more luxurious car ever, at least until the Speed-based Mulliner W12 comes out, and it deserves to be taken seriously. Beyond just the…
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