The all-new Bentley Continental GT has been spotted undergoing testing again but unlike our previous sighting, the test mule caught by our spy photographers here is finished in a shade of blue rather than black.

Moreover, the car is fitted with plenty of faux body panels in an attempt to hide its shape and disguise it as the current-generation Continental. There are also covers for the lights at the front and rear, with the latter appearing to be the same partial oval-shaped units as seen on a black-painted prototype.

Bentley’s signature quad-lamp setup at the front continues to be apparent, and from the looks of things, they appear to be similar to the ones on the current Continental rather than the ones seen on the EXP 12 Speed 6e and EXP 10 Speed 6 concepts from the Geneva Motor Show. Also seen here is the Continental GT’s retractable rear wing, which has been moved from underneath the rear window to the edge of the boot lid.

Despite the fake body parts, the new car’s exterior styling will be influenced by the EXP 10 Speed 6 concept, being wider and lower than before. This is according to our previous set of spyshots, including one that features a convertible version of the Continental.

The new Continental GT will be built on the Volkswagen Group’s Modular Standard Platform (MSB), which is also used in the Porsche Panamera. Benefits include a reduction in weight and the likelihood of a plug-in hybrid model that could employ the same powertrain found in the Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid. Other non-hybrid options include the familiar 4.0 litre twin-turbo V8 and a 6.0 litre twin-turbo W12, the former for entry-level variants.