After presenting the latest Continental GT Coupe in 2017 and its GT convertible, Bentley will now complete the family with the four-door Flying Spur model.
This car brings luxury and finesse to those who are looking for something more than the Audi A8 W12 and who are willing to pay a lot of money.
In the third generation, Flying Spur is longer than the predecessor of 5.3 meters and a distance between extended shafts of 130 mm to 3.19 meters.
As a result, passengers on the back seats will have more space for their feet. Bentley says that with the new design increases the presence of the car on the road with new muscular lines extending throughout the length of the car.
The style is almost all taken from the Continental GT and adapted to the four-door format. Flying Spur comes with LED matrix lights and 21-inch disks.
The super panoramic gargutang glass covers the entire part of the ceiling. The front grille has vertical ribbons in the same style as 1957 S1 Continental Flying Spur. Bently will sell the new sedan in 17 different colors.
The cabin itself will have seats configured in 15 different colors. The 12.3-inch touchscreen is in the center of the chassis but can be completely erased after its design.
The 10-speaker audio system can be expanded to 16 with the Bang & Olufsen 1.500vat configuration and 19 with the 2,200vat Naim configuration.
In the heart of Flying Spur is a twin-turbo 6.0-liter W12 engine with 626 horsepower and 900nm rotary engine power. It is the same engine implemented at Bentayaga Speed. The car weighs 2,435 kilograms and can range from 0-100km/h in 3.8 seconds.