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The Continental GT remains a top choice for the well-heeled looking for a strikingly styled, mostly bespoke, exceedingly comfortable two-door sport coupe. Hand-built in Crewe, England, the recently refreshed GT and its more powerful GT Speed sibling are just about guaranteed to get their drivers pole position at any valet. The base Coupe is offered with two powertrain options: a 500-horsepower 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 or a 567-horsepower 6.0-liter twin-turbo W-12. Pick either and you'll get an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Google Maps and 14-way power seats (the massage function is optional); big ticket options include a 900-watt 11-speaker Naim sound system and multitude of optional exterior paint jobs, interior leathers, and high-dollar veneers. The V-8 version wears a unique front with black gloss grille mesh, model-specific wheels, red 'B' badges, and sportier suspension tuning. Speed models take it up a notch to a 616-horsepower version of the W-12 and as its name indicates, some serious speed -- 60 mph from a standstill happens in a claimed 4 seconds flat. The Speed rides 0.4-inches lower; has retuned stability, transmission, and steering calibrations; darkened grilles and Speed badging; and a standard Mulliner Driving Spec interior package with drilled pedals, diamond stitching, and available carbon fiber trim.