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.
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Bentley Continental FLYING SPUR
Bentley Continental FLYING SPUR, 2006 MODEL IN STUNNING BLACK EMERALD WITH
MAGNOLIA LEATHER. BELUGA BLACK TOP ROLL, TWO TONE STEERING WHEEL, GLASS
SUNROOF. 20" 7 SPOKE ALLOYS. SAT NAV. HEATED AND VENTILATED MASSAGE SEATS
.STUNNING COLOUR COMBO, November 2005/55 reg, 26,800 miles, 2 owners, SOLD
British Super Sedans Square Off! Aston Martin vs. Bentley vs Rolls-Royce
We head to Palm Springs with the 2010 Aston Martin Rapide, the 2010
Rolls-Royce Ghost & the 2010 Bentley Continental Flying Spur Speed to pick
the ultimate British luxury sedan.
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Shot by: Mike Suggett
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Bentley Flying Spur V8 - Prueba / Test / Review Coches.net (2014)
Bentley Flying Spur V8 http://www.coches.net/prueba-bentley-flying_spur-v8
El Bentley Flying Spur es el paradigma de la combinación de tecnología
alemana y artesanía británica al servicio de aquellos que pueden
permitirse invertir un cuarto de millón de euros en su coche.
Presentado por Joan Dalmau
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