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Bentley Continental Flying Spur Speed - acceleration 0-300 km/h g-spur-speed-komfortnejsi-zrychleni-na-300-km-h-nezazijete-video/ Flying Spur Speed touching 300 km/h in a bit more than 40 seconds.

Bentley Flying Spur 2016 In Depth Review Interior Exterior
Hello and welcome to Alaatin61! YouTube's collection of automotive variety! In today's video, we'll take an up close and in depth look at the all New 2015 Bentley Flying Spur. This version has 625 HP.

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2012 Bentley Continental Flying Spur Series 51
Series 51 represents Bentley design at its most vibrant. It allows customers of both Continental Flying Spur and Flying Spur Speed to order 'off the peg' from an innovative and exclusive range of recommended combinations created by Bentley's colour and trim designers at the company's headquarters in Crewe, England, as Dirk van Braeckel, Bentley's director of design comments: "The Series 51 design concept is inspired by the spirit of the inaugural Bentley styling department in Crewe established by the gifted John Blatchley, who shaped the original and iconic 1950s Bentley Continentals. Today, it provides for a virtually bespoke ordering service due to the thousands of configurations available through Bentley's expansive colour and trim catalogue." First offered on the Continental GT and GTC in 2009, Bentley's colour and trim team has now created no fewer than14 unique Series 51 designs for the Continental Flying Spur and Flying Spur Speed, enabling customers to tailor their cars to their individual tastes as Melinda June-Jenkins, manager of colour and trim, explains: