2013BentleyContinental Flying Spur

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2013 Bentley Continental Flying Spur - Sedan (Base)
Sedan (Base)
6.0L W-12
11 City / 18 HWY
2013 Bentley Continental Flying Spur - Sedan (Speed)
Sedan (Speed)
6.0L W-12
10 City / 17 HWY
Bentley Mulsanne Grand Convertible due in 2017, Speed 6 still in play

Automobile says the Bentley Grand Convertible will go on sale in early 2017, and the EXP 10 Speed 6 could be greenlit in time for production in 2020.
Bentley Flying Spur breaches in Beluga spec

Bentley rolls out new Beluga Specification for the Flying Spur, featuring an array of upgrades inside and out to give the luxury sedan a sportier touch.
Bentley designer calls Lincoln Continental concept a Flying Spur 'copy' [w/poll]

Bentley's chief designer says that Lincoln may have copied the design from the Flying Spur a little too closely for its own Continental concept.

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2008 Bentley Continental
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2016 Bentley Continental GT keeps it fresh for another dozen years [w/video]

You don't keep an entire model line on the market for a dozen years without refreshing it every now and then, as Bentley demonstrates at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show with the introduction of the updated Continental GT, GTC and Flying Spur.
2015 Bentley Flying Spur V8
We take Bentley's new V8-powered Flying Spur for a spin through the gorgeous English countryside.
2014 Bentley Flying Spur
The all-new 2014 Bentley Flying Spur sedan will appeal to the wealthiest crust of the world's population, many of whom live in China, where we drove the car for this First Drive review.
Lamborghini, Bentley recalling models with carbon-ceramic brakes

An issue involving carbon-ceramic brakes has prompted Lamborghini and Bentley to recall certain models so equipped. The problem, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, revolves around the stainless steel screws that secure the brake rotors, which are prone to corrosion when exposed to salty conditions.