After revealing some stunning teaser images of the Bentley Flying Spur, Bentley has now revealed some more details and images of the car ahead of its planned debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March. One thing that anyone will agree is that other than the name Bentley has changed everything in the car. It’s now an all new saloon. The new Bentley Flying Spur is more agile, powerful, elegant and much more refined than its predecessor ‘Continental’ which is one of the most powerful four-door Bentley.
Bentley’s designing teams has done a great work with the new car; they have given it an athletic design while blending it with the traditional Bentley styling clues with contemporary details. The sharp feature line runs and complements the rear haunches. The LED day time running light, dipped tail and head light makes its front and rear profile. The designers have also worked hard on the cabin. They have created a luxurious and spacious cabin that has been embedded with the advance electronic and acoustic technologies wrapped in the plush handcrafted leather and wood panels.
The new Flying Spur is being powered by the powerful 6.0 litre twin turbo W12 engine that has been coupled with the ZF 8 speed transmission. The engine delivers about 616 bhp of power and peak torque of 800 Nm, a powerful car than any of its four door siblings ever. The 14 percent enhancement over the power to weight ratio in the upcoming model allows it to reach 0 to 98 kmph in just 4.3 seconds with the top speed of 322 kmph. Just like the other modern Bentleys the power is delivers via four wheel drive with 40:60 torque spilt ratio.
Dr. Wolfgang Schreiber, Chairman and Chief Executive said that the new Flying Spur is an ultimate luxury performance sedan. The engineers at Bentley have worked hard to produce a unique blend of power, luxury, comfort and hand crafted quality. Having being equipped with the latest technology the Flying Spur can be used for both relaxation and business purpose. It is a car that can be enjoyed from behind the wheel also.