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VIDEO: Kenyan Records Himself Minutes Before Accident Crashing A 28 Million Bentley GT

Two Kenyan men crashed a new Bentley Continental GT worth Ksh 28 million while they were enjoying a ride in it on Wednesday afternoon.

One of the two unidentified men was seen recording a video using his phone to show off the classy Bentley Continental GT on Kenyan roads. The other man was busy accelerating the car at high speeds, a common practice when owning a fast luxurious vehicle.

Things, however, didn’t go as planned as the driver seems to have started struggling to slow down the vehicle. The guy recording the vehicle takes note of this and stops flaunting before the car rolls over several times.

After the car stops rolling, one of the men asks the other if he is okay and proceeds to exit the vehicle.

Here are photos of the wreckage:

Being one of the ritziest cars in the automobiles’ history, Bentley Continental boasts of various features only unique to it, making it stand out among other known models.

The cars’s interior possesses a mood lighting that can fit any user’s preference at any given time. Important to note, the car has been built on an innovative structure and electric design, featuring a completely new 6.0-liter W12 engine and an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission, for smooth, fast and efficient gear changes.

Below is a summary of the basic important features that define a Bentley Continental GT:

Max Power: 467 kW @ 6000 rpm

Engine Capacity: 5950 cc

Fuel: Petrol

Acceleration: 0 – 60 mph/ 333km/h

Driving Range: (WLTP) : 411 miles, 662 km

Headlights: Full LED matrix headlamps with High Beam Assist

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