If you previous Bentley Flying Spur was considered to be a member of Bentley Continental sedan family and was called appropriately, the new generation of the model that was presented in Geneva got rid of the word \"Continental\". Nevertheless, it won the title of the most powerful four-door Bentley ever.
New Bentley Flying Spur has become more powerful, faster and more luxurious, remaining at the same time conservative British sedan. The same thing is with the new generation coupe Continental GT. The novelty can be identified by some parts, because the designers preserved the general image of Bentley. The most vivid features of sedan are, perhaps, vertical grille, new head optics and more massive rear fenders.
Meanwhile, security system of the car was completely redesigned: the body became 4% stiffer and 50 pounds lighter. It was announced that the sedan would be more secure with new elements having programmed deformation zones. In the production of the body panels are widely used aluminum (hood and front fenders) and composite materials (lid). The car has a completely renovated interior. Bentley has claimed that he had received more than 600 new parts. From the previous generation of sedan it was borrowed only an easy to replace stuff like the sun visor and armrests.
The saloon can be for 5 or 4 people. A powerful multimedia system with wireless headphones, 10-inch display and a 64-gigabyte hard drive, an internet point, a new interface control additional functions such as Touch Screen Remote, adjustable in 14 directions seats and other befitting class options are available for rear passengers. Some options, such as a sunroof, can be installed free.
To justify the title of the most powerful sedan, new Bentley Flying Spur is equipped with a 6-liter twin-turbo V12 engine, which develops the power output of 616 hp and 800 Nm of torque. The standard equipment includes eight-speed automatic ZF transmission and AWD. Flying Spur accelerates to 100 km / h in 4.6 seconds and then - up to 322 km / h.