Unless you’ve been living in a van down by the river, then you are probably aware of a super luxury brand car called a Bentley. Well, Bentley released a super model car called a Continental GT in 2003, which is priced in the $270,000 USD price range. The Continental GT has been through a few iterations since 2003, with special engine offerings on select models like the Flying Spur and GT Speed. The base engine setup is a 6.0 liter twin turbo, paired with a 6 speed transmission, which is capable of laying down just over 550 horsepower. Point being, this isn’t a car you put a sticker on, it’s one you hire a driver to escort you around in.
Tell that to the super rich, which just like anyone else, who want to be unique. Even with such a steep price tag there are apparently too many look-a-like Bentleys parked on the same street corner, so one Russian company has designed a Crocodile wrap. The wrap is almost like a really expensive sticker, it’s adhesive backed plastic, instead of a paint and is applied over all the body panels and fenders. Wraps are fairly common on Bentleys, most popular are wraps that give the paint a matte finish.
The Russian made Crocodile skin wrap for this Bentley Continental GT was done to give a more exclusive look to the already elite vehicle. Hard to imagine what people will come up with next to make their uber rides even more unique. But why go with a wrap? Wraps are popular amongst the commercial service market as a way to make their delivery vehicles stand out. Often times wraps will include logos and images which completely encase a vehicle, including it’s windows. This type of modification doesn’t belong anywhere near a super luxury car by the name of Bentley.