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Bentley is reportedly in the midst of creating the next generation of the Bentley Flying Spur luxury sedan. While the development of the all-new model is ongoing, the British luxury carmaker has found a new way to make the current generation stay relevant. Yes, Bentley has managed to keep the current model alive by releasing the new Flying Spur Design Series by Mulliner.
Bentley’s personal commissioning division, Mulliner, has been charged to create just 100 examples of the new Flying Spur Design Series, which is basically a unique design take on the current generation of the luxury sedan. The Flying Spur Design Series allows clients to pick from any of the five interior and exterior accent selections: Azure Purple, Kingfisher, Mandarin, Pillar Box Red and White. Of course, the Flying Spur Design Series could be availed in any of the models in the range: V8, W12, V8 S and W12 S.
The new Flying Spur Design Series features an exterior defined by a lower fine line as well as LED Welcome Lamps, with V8 S and W12 S models providing a bold front bumper design. Both the front bumper detail and the lower fine line are accentuated by a stunning color accent. Interestingly, the Welcome Lamps illuminates the word “Mulliner” onto the ground at night.Read the entire article Bentley keeps current Flying Spur alive by introducing new Design Series by Mulliner
As a child, most of us would’ve probably enjoyed going through numerous hunting expeditions trying to find the guy with the red-and-white striped shirt called Waldo or probably Ronald McDonalds hidden behind a post in a festival scene or something like that. You might also remember the moments when it took you hours of literally having to stick your face into the photo just to find them.
These things may sound oddly old school to the new generation as there are now new technological innovations such as the NASA-derived technology called the Gigapixel that allows people to zoom into an image further than what has been previously been possible.
One of the current users of this technology is none other than British automaker Bentley. Last year, Bentley set-up a special camera 2,300 feet away from the Golden Gate Bridge to snap a gigapixel image of the Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase crossing it. Seven hundred photos were taken from the same location and then stitched together into one photo.Read the entire article Bentley releases gigapixel image of Flying Spur W12 S in Dubai
Bentley Motors has introduced the latest addition to its family of superb vehicles, the Flying Spur V8 S. Tuned to perfection with a revamped suspension and an increased engine output, the Flying Spur V8 S is taking its place between the Flying Spur V8 and W12.
The new Bentley offering is made with sporting styling cues, highlighting its new athletic capabilities. For dramatic and better functionality appearance, the Flying Spur V8 S is equipped with a black radiator grille, a one-of-a-kind grille insert, and a rear diffuser.
Bentley Motors CEO Wolfgang Dürheimer believes that the Flying Spur possesses an unrivaled array of abilities that perfectly blend premium comfort and reliable dynamics.Read the entire article 2016 Bentley Flying Spur V8 S is jam-packed with exclusive features
Bentley fans will be happy to know that the British manufacturer launched a new specification level for the Flying Spur. Called Beluga Specification, this will be available only on the V8-powered Flying Spur and will offer a more athletic stance and purposeful visual appeal.
As you can see from the photos, the sedan rides on exclusive 20-inch Black and Bright machined alloy wheels, while featuring a gloss black radiator matrix and body-coloured lower grille bar.
Same theme is continued at the interior where we find a handcrafted cabin with piano black veneer, knurled gear shift paddles, contrast stitching to the seats and steering wheel as well as deep pile floor mats. According to Bentley, its customers will be able to specify also the Mulliner Driving Specification, in combination with Beluga specification.Read the entire article 2015 Bentley Flying Spur V8 model gets Beluga Specification
The Bentley Continental Flying Spur V8 has made its Russian debut at the 2014 Moscow International Automobile Salon (MIAS). The Flying Spur V8 is powered by the carmaker’s 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that churns out 507 PS of output and 660 Nm of torque.
This dynamic powerplant spurs the Flying V8 to sprint from zero to 100 km/h in just 5.2 seconds and reach a top speed of 295 km/h. Range is not a problem with the Flying Spur V8 as it could travel over 800 kilometers in a full tank of fuel.
Just like the Bentley W12, the Flying Spur V8 also bears the distinctive fusion of sculpted, sleek, elegant coachwork as well as superb craftsmanship and advanced technology. According to Richard Leopold, head of Bentley Russia, the new Flying Spur V8 “opens the door” to the world’s best luxury sedan.Read the entire article Bentley Flying Spur V8 debuts at 2014 Moscow International Automobile Salon
Bentley will be presenting the new Continental Flying Spur V8 and upgraded Continental GT Speed at the New York International Auto Show. The new Continental Flying Spur V8, which complements the Flying Spur flagship W12, offers customers the unique experience of performance, craftsmanship, technology and range only available from the Flying Spur.
It is powered by Bentley’s 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that returns 500 bhp of output and 488 lb-ft of torque, allowing the Flying Spur V8 to accelerate from zero 60 mph in just 4.9 seconds and reach a max top speed of 183 mph while covering over 500 miles of extended driving pleasure on a single full tank of fuel.
To allow people to distinguish between the Flying Spur V8 from the W12, Bentley crowned the former with figure of eight chromed exhaust finishers as well as a red center to the Bentley Wings badges denoting the V8 engine.Read the entire article New Bentley Flying Spur V8 and GT Speed to be shown at New York International Auto Show
Bentley hopes to overturn its sales decline in China in 2013 as it launches a new variant of its Flying Spur saloon in April. "We're sure that we're able to, let's say, make an improvement over last year," Ricky Tay, Bentley China's managing director, told Bloomberg in an interview.
The Flying Spur V-8, carrying the lowest starting price among Bentley's four-door sedans, "will open up a new avenue to the luxury brand," Tay said. Bentley posted a 3-pervent drop in deliveries in China in 2013, after surging 23 percent in 2011 and almost doubling in 2011. Tay attributed the decline to model changeovers.
Bentley unveiled the Flying Spur at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this month. The carmaker is ontending to open three to four dealerships in China this year, in addition to the 36 it currently has.Read the entire article Bentley expects Flying Spur to help sales soar in China this year
Mansory also brought at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show its customized Bentley Flying Spur. As expected, the news tuning programme follows the Mansory rules and consists of a new hood featuring two air outlets, a new front apron with integrated LED daytime running lights, side skirts, a rear apron and a rear spoiler.
The big surprise is under the hood where the 6.0-liter W12 engine was revised using the Mansory technology department who optimized the characteristics and the turbocharger and installed a new exhaust system right to the tail pipe. As a result, the power of the engine was boosted from 625 hp (460 kW) and 800 Nm of torque to an impressive 900 hp (662 kW) and 1,100 Nm of torque.
With the new numbers, the Mansory Flying Spur zooms from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.6 seconds (1.0 seconds quicker than the standard version), to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 12.2 seconds, all the way to a top speed of 340 km/h or 211 mph (standard’s version top speed is 320 km/h or 200 mph).Read the entire article 2014 Geneva: Mansory upgrades the Bentley Flying Spur
After the Continental GT, Flying Spur is the newest Bentley to feature the 4.0-liter twin turbo V8 engine. Just like on the coupe and the convertible, the V8 engine delivers 507 hp (373 kW) and 660 Nm of torque.
Using a ZF eight-speed automatic transmission that delivers the power to the road via the continuous all-wheel drive system, the Flying Spur V8 hits 100 km/h (62 mph) in 5.2 seconds (0-60 mph in 4.9 seconds) and has a top speed of 295 km/h or 183 mph.
Despite these impressive performance figures, the Bentley Flying Spur V8 has a fuel range of 520 miles or 840 km, thanks to technologies such as cylinder deactivation, intelligent thermal management and electrical recuperation.Read the entire article 2015 Bentley Flying Spur gets a V8 engine
Bentley has declared the Bentley Flying Spur Facelift to be the most refined performance sedan in the world. The new Flying Spur features an athletic design that merges conventional Bentley styling cues with a sporting stance and modern details.
The muscular rear haunches are complemented by sharp feature lines. Meanwhile, the front and rear profiles are enhanced with LED day-time running lights, dipped headlights and taillights. From the interior designers, there’s a luxurious, spacious cabin that is equipped with advanced acoustic and electronic technologies in superb hand-crafted leather hides and wood veneers. Interacting with the outside world is made easy via touch-screen infotainment, mobile connectivity including Wi-Fi, a Rear Seat Entertainment suite and a new bespoke hand-held Touch Screen Remote.
This enables those in the rear cabin to control a wide variety of features from where they’re seated. Bentley equips the vehicle with an eight-channel, eight-speaker audio system with Balanced Mode Radiators provide high quality sound clarity, while the 1100W Naim for Bentley premium system is optional. The new Flying Spur is powered by Bentley’s famous 6.0-litre, twin turbo W12 engine, mated to a ZF eight-speed transmission.Read the entire article Live Photos: 2014 Bentley Continental Flying Spur at the Geneva Motor Show
After yesterday’s leaked photos, the 2014 Bentley Continental Flying Spur made its official debut today. As expected, the new sedan is powered by a 6.0-liter twin-turbo W12 engine that now delivers 625 PS (616 bhp) at 6,000 rpm (up from 552 bhp) and 800 Nm of torque or 580 lb ft (up from 479 lb ft).
The engine is bolted to an eight-speed ZF automatic gearbox, able to shift in under 200 milliseconds. The new Bentley Continental Flying Spur is able to hit 60 mph (96 km/h) in just 4.3 seconds and has a top speed of 200 mph or 322 km/h. According to the official press release, the Flying Spur delivers a combined fuel economy of 19.2 mpg (14.7 litres/100 km) and CO2 emissions of 343 g/km. In terms of design, the new Flying Spur received new exterior look and it is now wider and more aggressive.
2014 Flying Spur comes with new LED day-time running lights, dipped headlights and taillights that characterise the front and rear profile, a new front fascia seen on the Continental GT and GTC models and a new, muscular rear end. Furthermore, the Flying Spur uses new lightweight materials and as a result it weights 50 kg less than the outgoing model. Bentley also used additional sound-deadening materials such as underfloor acoustic panels, acoustic glass, new exhaust muffles and new door seals.Read the entire article 2014 Bentley Continental Flying Spur gets official
Bentley refreshed its Continental lineup with the new coupe and cabriolet, already fitted them with a smaller V8 engine, but the Continental Flying Spur remained the same.
Well, things are about to change as the British manufacturer now owned by Volkswagen AG is about to unveil the refreshed Flying Spur and announced that the new sedan will make its debut later this month, on February 20th.
Set to make its world debut in March at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the new Bentley Flying Spur is expected to receive the same 6.0-liter W12 engine with FlexFuel capability, which will deliver a total output of 575 hp and 700 Nm of torque.Read the entire article Teased: 2014 Bentley Flying Spur to debut later this month
Sources say that Bentley’s 200mph Flying Spur saloon will get a sporty update in late 2013. The new Spur, which rivals the all-new Mercedes-Benz S-class, will get sheetmetal that’s more attractively shaped. It will also get major performance improvements. From the information provided by insiders, an artist impression was created.
The new Spur will use a re-engineered platform and will have its looks smartly revised. Its proportions will be sportier and it will have surfaces that appear more fluid. These features take inspiration from the new Continental GT and the Mulsanne flagship. The element taken from the GT is a subtler version of the two-door’s muscular rear haunch while from the Mulsanne, it gets the elegant ‘catwalk’, a flowing belt line that becomes wider over the rear haunch to imply power and performance stemming from the rear axle.
One source said that it looks much sportier and appears to be “much more ‘Coke bottle’ than before. The Spur will boast a look that’s more upmarket and sportier due to the new dimensions on a wheelbase tracks and fixed-design ‘hard’ points that were carried over. Its highlights include a more raked rear screen, taller boot line and narrower rear glasshouse.Read the entire article New Bentley Continental Flying Spur will have its looks smartly revised
Customers can now avail of the Mulliner Driving Specification for the Bentley Continental Flying Spur as part of a number of upgrades for the MY2007 Continental range. This specification injects more style, technology, comfort and customization to the Continental Flying Spur and the Continental GT coupé.
Bentley first introduced the Mulliner Driving Specification on the Continental GT coupé in 2004, and the move proved to be a huge success particularly with Bentley owners who prefer a more overtly sporting, contemporary character for their machines.
The specification was designed by Bentley’s bespoke coach-building division, and could also be availed for the Continental Flying Spur. The Mulliner Driving Specification includes two 20-inch seven-spoke alloy sports wheels with 275/35 R20 sport tires; sporting gear lever finished in knurled chrome and hide; drilled alloy sports foot pedals and footrest; diamond quilted and indented hide to seat facings, front and rear doors; embroidered ‘Bentley’ marque emblem to head rests; choice of upgraded veneers (Dark-stained Burr Walnut or Piano Black) for free of charge; and indented hide headlining.Read the entire article Mulliner Driving Specification now available for 2007 Bentley Continental Flying Spur
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