Bentley Continental Flying Star - Walkaround 1080p!

Daan Recorded this amazing looking Bentley Continental Flying Star I think it looks amazing but I also think that alot of other people don't like it :P So make your one decision! This was filmed at the Brussels Motor Show 2011 so expect alot more video's to come. And also sorry for the shaky vid :S -Daan-

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Bentley Continental Flying Star by Touring
The 4th unit of the shooting brake built by Touring with the endorsement of Bentley Motors exhibits its pure elegance in the magnificent surroundings of a XVII century villa. For more information visit: http://www.touringsuperleggera.eu





2010 Bentley Continental Flying Star
It takes an avid and passionate collector, with a taste for special coach building, to be at the basis of a project like the Bentley Continental Flying Star by Touring. Exactly such a person contacted Touring Superleggera in early 2008. An interesting initial creative process emerged involving parameters for design, proportions, vehicle concepts and - last but not least- feasibility and technical factors. Many steps from design to execution were shared with the customer, who contributed with his own ideas and taste to personalise the project and create a unique automobile. A basic idea was formed by the desire to diversify Bentley's very successful Continental model range, and to explore new concepts. The transformation of a 2-door coupé, by expanding the roof line and enlarging the interior dimensions, has led to a design concept baptised as shooting brake: a sports car featuring enough space to join a hunting party or a golf tournament with elegance and efficiency. Touring Superleggera explored the same field back in 1966, resulting in the amazing Lamborghini Flying Star II prototype. It was a dramatic interpretation of a sports car based on a new 2-volume design, safeguarding the dynamic performance. The Flying Star reference is a Touring parameter of sportive elegance, applied to many famous cars since the companies' start in 1926.





SLS roadster HAMANN (HAWK)
⇩⇩⇩⇩⇩⇩ All the info on this video can be found here ⇩⇩⇩⇩⇩⇩ All 2012 Geneva motor show videos: http://bit.ly/Geneva2012playlist (watch in 1080p for better viewing experience)!! Follow me on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/alexsmolik The Hawk keeps the same name. Indeed, Hamann's SLS AMG already was named Hawk. The roadster version seems to keep the name for some reason I can't really understand. This time, no huge spoiler! Black and red theme. The matte red paintjob fits the SLS AMG roadster very well. Carbon fiber front hood with lots of air intakes. The interior, however, is very simple and didn't amaze me much (shocking for a roadster)! The rims are the typical Hamann rims, but with white lip on one side, and red lip on the other. I think this method for showing different set of rims is quite smart, allows the person to have a better idea of the whole thing in the flesh, without having to check out the internet. Filmed with a Sony HDR CX700 Enjoy! *************************************************************************** ************** [●] Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/alexsmolik.supercars [●] Visit my website: http://alexsmolik.com/ [●] FlickR: http://www.flickr.com/photos/alexsmolik [●] Twitter: http://twitter.com/alexsmolik *************************************************************************** ************** Hope you enjoy! - ALEX





The Bentley Continental Flying Star
I film a Bentley Continental Flying Star at the Singapore Lamborghini dealer at Tebans Gardens Crescent. According to www.sgcarmart.com, For the first time outside of Europe, Touring Superleggera displayed the Bentley Continental Flying Star, the first high performance shooting brake of this century. Only 19 units of this limited edition supercar will be built and it is designed and body manufactured under the supervision of Bentley Motors for engineering and quality, entitling the Flying Star to Bentley warranty and aftersales service. Italian style and refinement, combined with British technological perfection, makes the Flying Star a true collector's item, yet perfectly functional for everyday use. The Flying Star was built based on the Bentley GTC convertible which features a very rigid platform. The project required the modification of a number of external dimensions, starting from the car's A-pillar backwards, till the extended roof line, a wider section including the doors, new aluminium door skins and a new aluminium, electrically operated tailgate. It also includes a completely new rear compartment with two foldable rear seats that fold completely to create a flat loading surface that is more than two metres long with a 1,200 litres capacity - a first in this class and size. The side view of the Flying Star features a low roof, prominent quarter panel shoulders and wide wheel arches, suggesting perfectly mastered energy. Viewed from the rear, the new tailgate dives between the wide rear wings and the oval rear light chrome bezels are a reference to Bentley's fastback cars back in the 1950s. Under the Flying Star is the chassis inherited from the Continental GTC. The 6.0-litre W12 engine provides for a staggering 610bhp and a maximum torque of 750Nm. This allows the Flying Star to fly into a century sprint in a mere 4.8 seconds with a top speed of 322km/h. Each unit of the Flying Star will be unique. Customers will be actively involved in the early stage to choose the specifications of their own collector's item, ranging from two-tone, glossy and matt painting to bespoke cabinetry and trim plus a wide choice of dedicated options. Touring Superleggera has also appointed EuroSports Auto Pte Ltd as the exclusive dealer in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei. Established in 1926 and recognised as one of the top Italian car designers and body manufacturers worldwide, Touring specialises in combining refined Italian styling with state-of-the-art engineering and craftsmanship to body manufacture one-offs or very limited edition supercars. The car is still there right now, so check it out! With only 19 of these, it is truly a rare sight to behold.




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