Bentley’s extreme biofuel supercar to produce 630-hp

Bentley is gearing up to unveil its most extreme Bentley ever at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show. When you hear “extreme” you probably think that the car will have a huge gas-guzzling engine under the hood however, Bentley’s “fastest, most powerful production car ever,” will be a biofuel supercar.

According to Autowereld, the most extreme Bentley (which may carry the Victoria badge) will be powered by a W12 bi-turbo engine that will produce a neck-snapping 630-hp – that’s 30 more horsepower than the Continental GT Speed. 0 to 62 mph is expected to come in at about 4 seconds. Sources say that Bentley has also removed the rear seats to cut some weight.

We’ll have more details on March 3 from the 2009 Geneva Motor Show. Stay tuned.

Bentley Biofuel Supercar Teaser:


Source: Autowereld (via WCF)