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Rolls-Royce Ghost vs. Bentley Continental Flying Spur Speed

Two uber-luxury cars battle for top status.


 


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2014 Rolls Royce Wraith - Review in Detail, Start up, Exhaust Sound, and Test Drive
Welcome to MOTORCAR FILE! -- http://www.motorcarfile.com *** To clarify, during driving, when we are talking about the steering ratio it is relative to the Ghost. 2014 Rolls Royce Wraith -- Specs: MSRP 2014 : $284,900 Capacity - 6.6L TT V12 Power - 624hp @ 5600rpm Torque - 590lb-ft @ 1500rpm 0-60mph - 4.4 sec Top Speed - 155 mph Consumption - 13/21mpg 15mpg combined est. Weight - 5380 lb. Length - 17'-4" Width - 6'-5" In this in-depth review we cover the 2014 Rolls Royce Wraith. This will be a detailed overview of all features, functions, and details. We will also test drive the car and provide our personal experience behind the wheel! In addition we will provide Exhaust & engine sounds, and start up procedures. The in-depth portion will focus detailed usage of all infotainment controls, driver controlled dash instruments, climate functions, vehicle dynamics controls, and all gizmos & gadgets that generally can be intimidating. We hope you can better understand these features and how to use them if you own the car or are in the market for a car like this one. Further details such as styling cues and distinct body lines will be highlighted so that they may be better appreciated. *** We just want to be sure this is a personal experience from our point of view. Often times "in-depth" reviews on YouTube are just audible reproductions of brochures car makers supply. We don't want to inundate you with dull uneventful details that can be read off a pamphlet. And we will do our best to avoid this for you. *** MORE ABOUT US: Mission: To provide auto enthusiasts and consumers with free, relevant, and useful reviews about all types of cars. These reviews will detail usage, ergonomics, engine details, Exhaust sounds and the overall drive of the vehicles. We will also do our best to give you the latest specifications and pricing. Contact -- Subscribe -- Follow: Visit us on the Web - http://www.motorcarfile.com Visit us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/motorcarfile Visit us on Google+ - https://plus.google.com/u/0/113583741023015741490 Visit us on Instagram - http://instagram.com/motorcarfile Visit us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/motorcarfile Email Us - amir @ motorcarfile . com | david @ motorcarfile . com





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Bentley Continental Flying Spur Speed - acceleration 0-300 km/h
http://www.Autoforum.cz/bleskovky/vyzkouseli-jsme-bentley-continental-flyin 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.




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