BENTLEY Continental Flying Spur

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BENTLEY Continental Flying Spur Speed
BENTLEY Continental Flying Spur Speed  2009 2013
2009 2013

The Continental Flying Spur was first introduced by Bentley at the 2005 Geneva Auto Show.
It is the 4-door version of the Continental GT. The Continental Flying Spur and Flying Spur Speed is currently built at Bentley’s factory in Crewe, England. Due to a lack of capacity at the Crewe factory upon the car’s introduction, Flying Spurs destined for markets other than the USA and UK were built at Volkswagen’s Transparent Factory in Dresden, Germany. The 2009 Flying Spur Speed features similar design with it’s brethren but has an increased power output of 610 hp (450kW), reaching a top speed of 320 km/h.

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BENTLEY Continental Flying Spur
BENTLEY Continental Flying Spur   2005 2013
2005 2013

Bentley introduced the improved Continental Flying Spur model at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show.
What differed with this new variant from the initial Continental GT was the front section, with the Flying Spur featuring a plastic grille (despite looking like a chromed-finished component) designed to break apart in case of a frontal impact with a pedestrian. When launched, the Continental Flying Spur was trailing the Brabus-developed Mercedes-Benz C & CLS Class for the fastest cars in the world. The car’s exterior design resembled the Continental GT, while its 6.0-liter W12 engine featured the same output rating of 560 horsepower.

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