Photo credit: AcademeG
When is a Bentley Continental GT not just a luxurious coupe? When AcademeG turns it into a tank of sorts. Not just looking the part, they managed to keep the OEM Bentley steering wheel, but instead of using it to turn the tracks, the differential is left open, and when the car needs to go left or right, it applies brakes to the inside track, enabling power to continue flowing to the outside track, rotating the vehicle. Read more for two videos and additional information.
“On the Bentley’s maiden run, the tracks decouple from the wheels more than once. But that doesn’t stop everyone involved from having the time of their lives. At one point, they nearly mange to get it airborne. Imagine having one of these things and a forest all to yourself? The possibilities are endless,” said Road & Track.