The Bentley Continental Flying Spur and Flying Spur Speed is a full size luxury four door sedan from the English automaker. Both models are powered by a 6.0L twin turbocharged W12 that is mated to a six-speed automatic, but the Flying Spur only gets 552hp and 479lb-ft of torque while the Flying Spur Speed gets 600 HP and 553 lb-ft of torque. These numbers help the Bentley accelerate from 0 to 60 MPH in 4.8 seconds and reach a 200 MPH top speed making it the world's fastest four door saloon.
If you have money to spend and want to buy a real nice car, Cars.com made a list with top ten cars over $100,000 cars. But even if the list is very long allready, the trend doesn’t look to be ending anytime soon, either. New $100,000-plus entries from Porsche and Aston Martin are on the way, and even BMW and Mercedes -Benz are looking to produce new, rarified models. But from all the offers which one is the best? Cars that made the list had to sticker between $100,000 and $200,000 and go (...) More
Bentley will operate a mild facelift for the Continental GT as well for the Continental Flying Spur. These are the first pictures with both modified models on a winter test before the official release. Like every cheap car the luxurious British cars have to endure an aesthetic operation some time. Thanks to limited capacity tank of the camouflaged cars, some people can make some shots and then we know what the maker is preparing. This is the same case. To be sure of the differences (...) More
At Geneva Motor Show, BF-Performance presented a Bentley Continental Flying Spur with several features. The car is fitted with electrically controlled curtains for the rear side windows and the rear window, electrically controlled picnic tables and a large fridge with ice maker fitted in the rear. The curtains are finished in dual colours. The outside curtain is normally black and the interior matches the Bentley colours. The curtains can be controlled by the driver from the front seat (...) More
Strut is a manufacturer of handcrafted, triple-chromed grilles, wheels and accessories designed for luxury cars. They have announced two new grille collections, "the Greenwich Collection" for the Bentley Continental GT and the "Oxford Collection" for the Bentley Flying Spur.
The Bentley Continental Flying Spur was the four-door derivative of the standard Bentley Continental automobile, made by Bentley Motors of England. It was launched in 1957 and deleted on the launch of the more modern Bentley T-series in 1966. It was hailed as one of the fastest four-door saloons of its day, and each of the three series paralleled developments in the basic Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud series.