10 minutes and 18.4 seconds — that was the new record set by Bentley in the production car category at the 2019 Pikes Peak Hillclimb, breaking the previous record by over eight seconds. 2019 is also Bentley’s 100th anniversary, and to celebrate both occasions, 15 Pikes Peak Edition Continental GTs will roll out of the facility in Crewe. Each Pikes Peak Edition comes in Radium green with a carbon fiber body kit as seen on the record-setting Continental GT. Color-matched brake calipers are visible through black wheels that come wrapped in Pirelli tires with Radium green logos. The interior gets Alcantara surfaces with Radium contrast stitching and piano black accent panels. The passenger-side dash has five different graphics showing a section of the Pikes Peak course with the record-breaking time below. The twin-turbocharged W12 and all-wheel-drive is the same engine used in the Pikes Peak car, meaning you could try setting your own record if the idea strikes you.