New Bentley Flying Spur is revealed just recently to replace the outgoing Continental Flying Spur. You may have noticed that Bentley does not call the new Flying Spur under the Continental family, now it is an independent model. And now Flying Spur has a more distinctive design; interior still shares the same design clues with the other Continental GT cars but more biased on comfort. Exterior looks similar to Continental GT as well but the rear creates a whole new dimension.
New Flying Spur interior includes 600 new parts and redesigned interior sound insulation to increase the journey comfort. Now, you will hear less engine, exhaust and wind noises inside the cabin of Bentley Flying Spur. Each of the seats offers heating and ventilation. A new climate control is offered as well to warm up and cool down the cabin quicker than before.
Touch screen remote in Flying Spur enables passenger to control each instrument of the vehicle without being disturbed.
In my opinion new Bentley Flying Spur is the sportier version of the Mulsanne. Hopefully, Bentley removed the DNA of the Continental GT from the Flying Spur and created a new identify.
Lastly, Bentley Flying Spur is powered by a W12 6-lt petrol engine with 625 HP and 800 Nm of torque coupled with 8-speed automatic gearbox. Flying Spur needs only 4.3 seconds to reach 100 km/h with the top speed of 322 km/h. Literally, Bentley Flying Spur is the fastest four-door production saloon.
And according to these figures, there may not be a Flying Spur Speed version and this shows that Bentley wants Flying Spur to be different!