Following the redesign of the third-generation Continental GT coupe last year, Bentley has revamped the open-top version in its own right.
The Continental GT convertible, which debuted off-site during the Los Angeles Auto Show last week, joins the Volkswagen Group's MSB platform, which underpins Porsche's Panamera sedan.
The Continental GT, introduced in 2003, has been considered the car that revived Bentley and ushered it into the 21st century behind the resources of VW Group.
Bentley has trotted out several variants of the coupe and the convertible since then.
The redesigned Continental GT coupe mirrors design elements of Bentley's EXP 10 Speed 6 concept, and the same can be said about the redesigned convertible and the EXP 12 Speed 6e concept, which was first shown at the 2017 Geneva auto show.
Bentley's redesigned convertible will be powered by a 6.0-liter turbocharged W-12, the same engine found in the coupe, which has 626 hp and 664 pound-feet of torque. It's paired with a ZF eight-speed automatic transmission.
The convertible has a curb weight of 5,322 pounds, 375 pounds more than the coupe. Bentley noted that the redesigned convertible's body-in-white is 20 percent lighter than the previous generation.
Bentley says the convertible can hit 60 mph in 3.7 seconds and has a top speed of 207 mph.
Bentley did not release the convertible's pricing or availability.