Following the highly successful introduction of the Bentley Continental GT Speed coupe in 2007, Bentley - almost half of new Continental GTs now sold are Speed versions - Bentley now offers the 600bhp (610PS) W12 powertrain in the new Bentley Continental Flying Spur Speed to deliver a more powerful and engaging Bentley driving experience.
The Speed engine develops 15 percent more torque and nine percent more power than the standard Flying Spur, while engine efficiency is optimised by the use of lower friction, lighter-weight components and a new engine management system. The resultant performance is exceptional, with a top speed of 200mph (322km/h), a zero to 60mph sprint time of just 4.5 seconds (0-100km/h in 4.8s) and effortless overtaking capability.
The most powerful four-door Bentley ever made, the Bentley Continental Flying Spur Speed blends understated design cues to distinguish it from the Flying Spur. Its front grille and lower air intakes are dark-tinted chrome, while at the rear wider rifled sports Exhaust tailpipes hint at the potential of the Speed model.
New 20-inch multi-spoke wheels available in both bright silver or darkened tungsten carry bespoke Pirelli PZero performance tyres introduced on the GT Speed model, which provide the car with superb grip and feedback.
The Speed's sporting performance is complemented by a highly capable chassis. Tauter handling and greater steering response with sharper turn-in and improved driver feedback is achieved through a retuned Servotronic steering system, direct-mounted front subframe and stiffer bushings.
Behind The Wheel: 2014 Bentley Flying Spur
The 2014 Bentley Flying Spur isn't necessarily an exhilarating car, but
it's not intended to be. It's made to sit somewhere between exuberant
opulence and practical sedan and is that rare kind of car that's equally
enjoyable to drive and be driven in. The menacing front grill and lights,
the voracious powerplant and new-level luxury interior puts this four-door
in a class all by itself... a class that costs about $200,000 to attend.
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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)
Bentley Continental Flying Spur 6.0 W12,
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The new Bentley Mulsanne is a luxury car produced by Bentley Motors Limited
in the United Kingdom. The name is derived from Bentley's historical
racing pedigree, which included five victories at the 24 Hours of Le Mans
— the Mulsanne Straight being the stretch of the Le Mans racing circuit
where cars reach their highest speeds.
Bentley has brought back the Mulsanne nameplate that was last used in 1992,
and this model replaces the Bentley Arnage. The new Mulsanne was unveiled
at the 2009 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, on 16 August 2009. Coupe and
convertible variants are expected to follow at some point as replacements
for the Arnage-based Brooklands and Azure respectively.
Like the Arnage, the Mulsanne retains the 6.75 L (6750 cc/411 in³) OHV V8
engine, modified to meet Euro V emissions regulations. The engine is
lighter and features cylinder de-activation and variable cam phasing to
improve fuel efficiency. Unlike the less expensive Bentley Continental
Flying Spur and Bentley Continental GT, the Mulsanne shares fewer
components with other marques in the Volkswagen Group.
The Mulsanne is the first flagship car to be independently designed by
Bentley Motors in nearly 80 years; the last being W.O. Bentley's 8 litre
model in 1930. Afterward, most Bentleys shared platforms with
The first vehicle produced, with chassis number one, was sold in August
2009 at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance auction for $550,000.
Features include stainless steel knobs on the dashboard that control the
vent plungers are electronic micro switches that control electric servos.
The feedback remains that of a metal rod to control the damper. Other
features include the large wheels with small sidewalled tyres, which give
an echo of the ride qualities of the 1920s Bentleys.
Each car takes twelve weeks to produce. Customers have a choice of 114
paint colours, 21 carpet colours, nine wood veneers, and 24 interior
leather hides, as well as specify a custom colour scheme. The rear seating
area may be configured to accommodate either 2 or 3 passengers. Optional is
a Naim 2200 watt audio system with MP3, Bluetooth, and an MMI capability.
At the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show, the Executive Interior Concept (EIC)
contains many technologies commonly found in offices to assist executives
while on the road. The rear passenger area features three LCD screens
powered by an Apple Mac mini located in the trunk, with additional iPads in
fold out trays connected through Bluetooth keyboards. Additional features
include in-car wifi, iPods with docking stations, and integration of the
many devices to the car's Naim audio system.
2014 Bentley Continental Flying Spur Onyx Black LC275
This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2014 Bentley Continental Flying Spur
sedan equipped with a 6.0L 616HP W12 engine and a 8-speed automatic (with
sport shift) transmission. This car is finished in a beautiful Onyx Black
exterior color with custom Stainless Steel wrap front bonnet and Linen
(Cream) full leather interior along with Rich Dark wood trim throughout and
black contrast stitching.
This is an exceptionally clean Bentley that comes well optioned including:
+ Mulliner package
+ Wood & Hide 3 spoke steering wheel
+ Seat piping
+ Veneered picnic tables
+ Rear view camera
+ Electric sunroof
+ Lambswool rugs
+ Spare wheel
+ CD changer
+ Storage case
+Steering column mounted gear selected
and much more!
Stock Number // LC275
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The Continental Supersports is the fastest and most powerful Bentley ever.
It is the extreme Bentley, a muscular two-seater that delivers supercar
performance and a highly focused driving experience.
The Supersports is also the first Bentley capable of running on both petrol
(gasoline) and biofuel, pioneering the use of FlexFuel technology in the
luxury sector. This represents stage one of the companys commitment to make
its complete model range compatible with renewable fuels by 2012.
Available worldwide from autumn 2009, the Continental Supersports will be
FlexFuel compatible in the majority of markets from launch with North
American cars offering the capability by summer 2010, following regulatory
2008 Bentley Continental Flying Spur Review - Kelley Blue Book
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Bentley Continental Flying Spur. Do you have an extra two hundred grand or
so burning a hole in your pocket? Neither do we, but if we did it might be
nice to impress the people around us with an unbridled display of
automotive excess. With that dream in mind we present the Bentley
Continental Flying Spur, the ideal conveyance for those whose ship has
already come in.
Welcome to our comprehensive Kelley Blue Book review of the Bentley
Continental Flying Spur.
Exclusivity is its own reward, and nothing ensures exclusivity like the
Continental Flying Spurs price tag of nearly $200,000. For those who expect
more of their cars than just a huge monthly payment, the Bentley also
offers enough prestige, power, luxury and style to satisfy the most
discriminating Sultan, baron or heiress. For more new car reviews,
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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.
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
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
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
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.