New and Used Bentley Continental Flying Spur: Prices, Photos, Reviews, Specs – The Car Connection

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The Bentley Spur is a super-luxurious, high-performance sedan. Rather wearing the Continental nameplate, the Spur offers the brand’s style, performance and blend of with old-world technology. It with the Aston Martin Quattroporte, Rolls-Royce Ghost, and Porsche

Introduced in the 2006 model in the U.S. the Flying Spur is art life, in that it’s some mild cosmetic over the years. The basics changed much, though–the Spur still evokes with its four-circle front its wedding-cake shoulders and roofline, and the formality of its trunklid. It’s of the very formal look of the big Arnage, thankfully–and its styling a role in the invention of the Bentley that was introduced for 2011.

there’s nothing but slack-jawed for its luxuriant materials and workmanship–there’s walnut, knurled aluminum, cow and sheep pieces to almost the Scots happy, and layers of and chrome applied lovingly to, everything. There’s not quite as room in the back as you’d for the hulking, hefty Flying but there’s enough to impress.

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The powertrain for the Flying Spur is more from Volkswagen than British heritage–all to effect. The twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter engine (at least prior to the model year) lays out 552 and 479 pound-feet of torque, and distributes it all to an system through a six-speed

The claimed 0-60 mph time of than five seconds and top of 194 mph are bested by the Speed edition, bumps power to 600 hp and 554 lb-ft of which cuts acceleration to 60 mph to 4.5 seconds and lifts top speed to 200 Handling is unbelievably responsive for the Flying Spur, and braking is astonishing and abrupt.

In the second-generation Bentley Flying Spur. was introduced at the 2013 Geneva Show, this model a new look that’s a little but still on the conservative side. A body and chassis aim to provide a driving experience, while the should be even quieter ever. The W-12 engine a substantial power boost–to 616 hp and 580 it’s now fitted to a new eight-speed transmission.

Neither the NHTSA nor the IIHS produced crash-test scores for the Spur, but it’s replete airbags in all directions, as well as and stability control integrated its anti-lock brakes.

As you’d expect, the fit and finish are Buyers can choose from a of matched veneers, leathers and can bring their own choices to the table. Other additions to the Flying Spur include hotspot capability, a Rear Entertainment suite, and a new feature lets passengers control features from the back

We’re guessing that the rear seats return as

For details on the current model, our review of the 2013 Bentley Flying Spur ; or see our review on the 2014 Bentley Flying for a roundup of all the information on the new model as it For even more detail, see the images of the revised 2014 Spur fresh from the Motor Show, and video the new Flying Spur from the New Auto Show at Motor

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