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My 2006 Bentley Continental Flying Spur


 


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Bentley Continental Flying Spur Review - AA Torque Show
http://www.aa.co.nz/aatorque Series 2 Episode 9 Danny Mulheron and Aaron Slight review the Bentley Continental Flying Spur.





NAIAS 2009 - Tour of Bentley Continental Flying Spur
Check it out as Neuwerks.com and CarDomain.com take a tour of the Bentley Continental Flying Spur at NAIAS 2009. Quite an impressive car, and this video is the first in what will be a large series of videos from this event!





Drive - Bentley Continental Flying Spur
Award winning automotive journalist Tom Voelk tests the Bentley Flying Spur. The review also includes foot space for his size 11s, bluetooth connectivity (if the car has it), and the ever popular Toliet Paper (TP) test.





Bentley Continental Flying Spur Speed 1
Bentley Continental Flying Spur Speed 1





Profusion Custom Exhaust - Bentley Flying Spur Custom System Quad conversion
www.ProfusionCustoms.com www.MagnaFlowShop.com Must Watch, Custom built single to quad exit conversion Porfusion Custom Exhaust system what an awsome deep sound by Profusion Customs. U.K's Official Distributors, for Magnaflow Exhaust Products. www.ProfusionCustoms.com. Call Now on 01753 68 68 78 or buy online from www.MagnaFlowShop.com Largest stock and best prices in europe. Thanks for watching, check out some of our other videos!





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Bentley Continental Flying Spur--Chicago Cars Direct
Detailed walkaround and test drive of a 2006 Bentley Flying Spur with Chris at Chicago Cars Direct. For roughly 40 nights a year, a small patch of blacktop in Downtown Los Angeles becomes the most sought after real estate in Southern California. It's a parking lot across the street from the Staples Center, home of the L.A. Lakers NBA team, and unless you're a season ticket holder or Kobe Bryant's mother you're not getting in. Or so we thought. We drive by to get a look before the game. There's a half million dollars' worth of cars in the front row alone, and a stone-faced attendant at the gate. Under normal circumstances we would have kept right on going, but we're driving a 2006 Bentley Continental Flying Spur sedan so we try our luck and turn in. The attendant takes one look at the car, smiles and waves us through the gate like he was expecting us. We try not to look surprised when he directs us into a space between a Ferrari F430 and an Aston Martin DB9. Another security guard standing watch assures us the Spur will be safe. Neither one asks to see our tickets. Just a few years ago this glimpse into how the other half lives would have never happened. Back then, Bentleys looked old and were driven by people who looked even older. Other than the Bentley name, the cars didn't have much going for them. The Bentley Continental Flying Spur is a different story. It looks modern and powerful and has the performance to match. Its $165,000 base price makes it less expensive than the older Arnage flagship, but it's the Flying Spur that gets people's attention. New blood Bentley owes all of its newfound popularity to Volkswagen. The General Motors of Germany took over Bentley in 1999, giving the British marque access to a new engines, chassis, and suspensions. Not to mention plenty of cash. And Bentley wasn't shy about using its new resources. According to its window sticker, 55 percent of the Flying Spur's parts come from Germany, many of them borrowed from Volkswagen's own Phaeton luxury sedan. At over 208 inches, the Flying Spur is 5 inches longer than the Phaeton and 3 inches longer than the 2007 Mercedes-Benz S550. The Bentley shares the same height and width as the new S-Class, but the Mercedes rides on a 4-inch-longer wheelbase. Compared to Bentley's Continental GT coupe, the Flying Spur has identical styling up front. Other than the obvious addition of its rear doors, the Flying Spur differs from the coupe mostly through its softer, straighter lines down the sides and in back. It's not as instantly recognizable as the GT, but it looks right for a sedan in this class. Determining which class isn't easy. Top-of-the-line Audi and BMW sedans barely crack $125,000 and Maserati's Quattroporte doesn't even top $100,000. Ultraluxury models like the Maybach 57 and Rolls-Royce Phantom cost more than twice as much. The Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG will be similar in price and performance when it goes on sale this summer, but until then the Flying Spur sits somewhere in the middle when it comes to high-dollar luxury sedans. Don't call it a Volkswagen The extra $65 grand the Flying Spur commands over the top-of-the-line Phaeton gets you more than a reskinned Volkswagen. Both cars use Volkswagen's 6.0-liter W12 engine, but the Bentley version has twin turbochargers, specially developed pistons and reworked cylinder heads. The result is 552 horsepower at 6,100 rpm compared to the Phaeton's 444 horses. Bentley's engineers also tuned the Flying Spur's engine to deliver its 479 pound-feet of torque at just 1,600 rpm. Continuously variable valve timing helps smooth out the power delivery and earn the engine Low Emissions Vehicle (LEV) certification. All that low-end torque makes the Flying Spur perform like it weighs only 2 tons instead of nearly 3. Our test car took just 4.8 seconds to reach 60 mph from a stop and 13.1 seconds to cover the quarter-mile. The Ferrari we parked next to is only two-tenths of a second quicker to 60. Bentley's kind of power The Flying Spur doesn't jump off the line, though. The throttle reacts softly, as if the engineers were worried that 552 hp might be too much to handle all at once. It could be if the Spur was as ferocious off the line as most other 500-plus-hp cars, but it's not. Permanent all-wheel drive is one reason. You could mat the pedal in a downpour and still not slip a tire. Its six-speed automatic transmission has a short 1st-gear ratio and even that's not enough to make the Spur feel anything but perfectly civilized under full acceleration. There are steering-wheel paddle shifters if you're up to changing gears yourself. They're not easy to reach, not quick to shift and they don't match engine speed when you downshift. In other words, they're useless for anything but showing off.





Review: 2006 Continental Flying Spur
Go to MYRIDE.COM for more car videos. Jackpot winners, corporate bigwigs, and pop-culture icons, are lining up to buy Bentley's newest ultra luxury sedan, the Continental Flying Spur. Named after the original 1957 version, itself the ultimate in grand-touring luxury, the new Continental Flying Spur is based on the Continental GT coupe, which has recently brought Bentley newfound success.





280 Km-h Bentley Flying Spur Speed 610 hp
i have filmed a lot of nice accellerations with Bentley continental Flying Spur Speed with 610 hp !!! speed 280 Km-h





2011 Bentley Continental Flying Spur Video
The new Bentley Continental Flying Spur is set to deliver even greater levels of refinement, comfort and opportunities for customer personalisation. The class-leading 12-cylinder luxury saloon will also be joined by the 600 bhp (610PS) Continental Flying Spur Speed. The most powerful 4-door car ever produced by the British manufacturer, the Flying Spur Speed offers the pure driving experience and uncompromising performance synonymous with all Bentleys bearing the Speed legend. Check out more images at www.boldride.com





Bentley Continental Flying Spur Mulliner
http://marlowcars.co.uk Bentley Continental Flying Spur Mulliner, mulliner flying spur .march 31,2008. diamond black with black quilted leather and portland contrast stitch. wood wheel. reverse camera. sunroof. bluetooth with Bentley privacy handset. 20" Mulliner alloys. TV tuner, electirc boot opening/closure, Nav Trak makers warranty 31/3/2011. 33,000 miles, SOLD





Bentley Continental Flying Spur 0-60
Bentley Continental Flying Spur





MSN Cars test drive of the Bentley Continental Flying Spur
MSN Cars runway test drive of the Bentley Continental Flying Spur





Paint and Assembly - /INSIDE BENTLEY
Once a Mulsanne chassis is complete it heads to the paint shop. From there, it is evaluated by a team of paint professionals who look for any blemishes, defects, or orange peel. After the polish, the cars head to the assembly line. The Mulsanne production line travels around the Continental production line within the Crewe factory, with 90 minute intervals for each stage.





Black Bentley Continental Flying Spur Speed
A Black Bentley Continental Flying Spur Speed Parked in A Handicap Spot In The Service Area Of A Bentley Dealership. The Owner Was Cocky And Didn't Like Me So I Didn't Catch It In Drive. So Its Not Super Exotic.....But Its EXPENSIVE.




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