Before the official debut of the latest 2014 Bentley Flying Spur, we’ll provide you with special photos and also some reviews on this special car. While it remains to employ the strengthening of the Continental Flying Spur, the latest model has got a perfect exterior makeover, along with the only part of this car that will remind you of its roots, being its front end together with the quad headlamps and also the cross-hair chrome grille. Though, even the headlights have a latest and nice shape and now include jewel-like LEDs.
In addition to that, the lowered roofline, more sculpted lines and the sharper on its profile and the squatted rear end along with rectangular tail light clusters, provide the Flying Spur an edgier and also more dynamic look than the rounder Continental sedan. Meanwhile, its body structure also has got the refinement along with the employment of lighter materials as well as the improved technology specification, the additional refinement measures, and also its stronger structure.
As far as the body structures were concerned, the chassis has been updated with the latest Flying Spur raising altered suspension, anti-roll bars, and lever bushes all-round. The new springs were used along with an altered damper electronic control (CDC). Meanwhile, Bentley also built a latest power steering system, and re-calibrated the multiple-mode Electronic Stability Control system.
When you move in the cabin on the latest Flying Spur, it has 600 new elements. But, its sun visors, grab handles, the armrests and some of its front console and controls brought from the preceding generation model. And Bentley will offer the latest Flying Spur in both 4-seat and 4-seat configurations in addition to an optional Multi-Media Specification package, which will let your portable devices, your laptops and tablet computers to connect to the internet via the car’s own Wi-Fi hotspot together with an active SIM, and also contains 64 GB of internal storage capacity and also two 10-inch LCD screens fitted on the seat backs.
Under its hood, you’ll find a developed version of Bentley’s 6.0-liter, twin turbo W12 engine, improving 616hp and 800Nm. Meanwhile, a base model that will be complemented with the VW Group’s latest 4.0-liter turbocharged V8 generating 500hp and 660Nm in addition to a flagship Speed model along with an uprated W12, seem to join with the lineup next year.