2011 Bentley Continental GT Flying Spur

http://www.glasgow.bentleymotors.com A stunning brand new Continental GT Flying Spur filmed at Bentley, Glasgow. Under the bonnet this car has one of the world's most advanced engines - the 12 cylinder twin-turbocharged engine produces an astounding 552bhp and propels the car from 0-62 in under five seconds. Not only is acceleration fast but the car can reach an unbelievable top speed of 194mph (312km/h). Now that's some serious speed for a five door, four seater car !! Recorded in 720p HD by BigCraig94©

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Bentley Continental Flying Spur - racing world's fastest limousine / schnellste Limousine der Welt
It is said that this is the world's fastest limousine. Der Continental Flying Spur (oder auch Flying Spur) ist eine repräsentative Limousine, die von der Volkswagen AG-Tochter Bentley angeboten wird. Der Name „Flying Spur" leitet sich vom Familienwappen des Kutschen- und Karosserie-Bauers Mulliner ab, der schon die ersten Rolls-Royce- und Bentley-Modelle karossierte und 1959 aufgekauft wurde. Das Wappen zeigt unter anderem einen geflügelten Sporn. Der Continental Flying Spur ist die zweite Bentley-Baureihe, die unter Volkswagen-Regie entwickelt und im Jahr 2006 teilweise in der Gläsernen Manufaktur in Dresden gebaut wurde. So ist die gesamte Continental-Serie (Flying Spur, GT (Coupé) und GTC (Cabrio)) lose mit dem VW Phaeton und dem Audi A8 verwandt, hat aber eine noch höherwertige Innenausstattung und exklusive einen 6.0 Liter Bi-turbo W12. Alle Modelle verfügen serienmäßig über einen permanenten Allradantrieb sowie über die aktive Luftfederung. (Wikipedia) The Bentley Continental Flying Spur is a four-door variant of the Bentley Continental GT coupé. The Bentley Continental Flying Spur was introduced in 2005. The Continental Flying Spur is equipped with a 5,998 cubic centimetres (366.0 cu in) (6.0 litre) twin-turbocharged W12 engine. It produces a DIN-rated motive power output of 560 metric horsepower (412 kW; 552 bhp) at 6,100 rpm, and torque of 650 newton metres (479 ft·lbf) at 1,600-6,100 rpm. Torsen-based permanent four-wheel drive is standard. It will complete the standard sprint of 0--100 kilometres per hour (0--62.1 mph) in 5.2 seconds, and can reach a top speed of 312 kilometres per hour (194 mph).[1] Some of the Bentley's technical and powertrain components are related to those on the Volkswagen Phaeton, Audi A8 and S8. The car was designed by the same team who produced the Continental GT and Continental GTC. The Continental Flying Spur is exclusively hand built at Bentley's only manufacturing plant in Crewe, England. Previously, due to a lack of capacity at the Crewe factory upon the car's introduction, some Flying Spurs destined for markets other than the USA and UK were built at Volkswagen's Transparent Factory in Dresden, Germany. This arrangement ended in 2006, when all assembly work reverted to Crewe. (Wikipedia)





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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) test.




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