No, you're not crazy. You really see a brightly coloured Bentley Continental GTC V8 S with a huge heart still riesigeren hood. What looks like the Monte Carlo variation of Polo Harlekin, explains relatively easily in two terms: pop art and good purpose.
The British manufacturer of Nobel bodies has been the world's palliative aid provides more than 25 years with the Care2Save charitable trust, a non-profit organization, working. To properly collect donations for Care2Save, has you teamed up Sir Peter Blake in this year with the English pop art giant and a truly unique Continental GT designed convertible. The striking red St.James heart on the cover symbolizes the self-sacrificing work of hospitals and nursing homes. Inside each seat receives a different color. The four shades are found also on the steering wheel. Sir Peter Blake's signature adorns the head restraints, as well as a special plaque on the door sills. The conversion was carried out by Bentley Mulliner Special Department.
The colorful pop-art-Bentley comes at a Bonhams auction during the Goodwood Festival of speed 2016 under the hammer. A probably much cheaper alternative to come to a new vehicle from Crewe is the ongoing since the beginning of the year Bentley-by-me campaign. Already from a donation by a UK pound (for Care2Save) to need to participate in the raffle of a Bentley. (black & white)