At the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, Bentley has many plans and many things to be offered, including the world debut of the latest 2014 Bentley Flying Spur and the developed 2014 model Mulsanne flagship, in addition to the European premiere of the GT Speed Convertible. Perhaps, the most crucial debut is the Flying Spur, which is the sedan model of the revamped Continental series.
In spite of the crispier bodywork including the British firm’s new design cues and also altered interior that adds all ranges of gadgetry, like a touch-screen infotainment and also mobile connectivity, in this time, Bentley overhauled the platform and paired a latest eight-speed automatic transmission to the tweaked 6.0 liter twin turbocharged W12 engine, which is now generating 616 hp.
Wolfgang Schreiber, who is Bentley boss, said that the latest Bentley Flying Spur highlights a big step forward. They have re-vamped and re-engineered almost every element of the car. On the other words, they have made the best luxury sedan in this world – an ideal mixing of exquisite improvement, effortless performance, the elegant styling and state of the art technology.
The other two models the Bentley’s Geneva Motor Show are the new 2014 Mulsanne providing a latest suite of entertainment and the communication system options, and the 202 mph GT Speed Convertible comprising a 616 hp twin-turbocharged 6.0 liter W12 that is said to bring a 15% enhancement in the fuel efficiency over the outgoing model.