Bentley Flying Spur News
The only thing that doesn't change is the horsepower.
Video gives us a better glimpse of the car
New platform, new design, and new tech wants to re-establish the superluxe sedan.
It's basically a four-door Bentley Continental
It's been months since we've heard anything about the next-gen Bentley Continental Flying Spur. We know the four-door variant of the Bentley Continental GT is coming sometime soon, but all we've seen so far is one batch of spy shots of a car that doesn't stray too far from the current model. This new batch of photos shows another familiar car lapping the Nürburgring.
It's the luxury brand's seventh wood veneer and the first new one in five years.
Because there weren't enough ways to customize a Bentley already.
This is a four-door Continental GT.
It's a Bentley all right, but it's not exactly luxurious.
Bentley slaps some parts onto a Panamera Turbo to shake down the Flying Spur.
It's not a Speed, but Bentley's new Flying Spur W12 S is one of the fastest and most comfortable ways to cruise at 202 miles per hour. The others? They have wings.
Can't decide between the V8 and W12 versions of the Flying Spur? Bentley may have just made it harder - or maybe easier - with the introduction of the new V8 S model.
Bentley's Mulliner customization division has introduced a whole range of options for the Flying Spur, including a mini-fridge that fits between the rear seats and costs $10,135.
Bentley is recalling 27,640 examples of the Continental GT, GTC and Flying Spur worldwide because of a loose battery cable joint. The campaign includes 7,778 of them in the US.
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.