Bentley Flying Spur 2014

In 2014, Bentley discarded the Continental nameplate from its luxury sedan abandoning it just with the Flying Spur annotation, telling everybody it is an entire new model. It's truly not that, being something between a facelift and another model. Aside from the W12, the Flying Spur likewise got another V8 engine and a ZF eight-speed automatic transmission alongside unpretentious styling signals to separate the two forms like the black front grilles and exhaust finishes. The luxury sedan additionally comes pressed with a suite of on-board innovation including an inventive Touch Screen Remote to control atmosphere, infotainment framework and the extra Rear Seat Entertainment. Further personalization is accessible through the Mulliner pack, which includes diamond quilting, drilled alloy pedals, indented leather featuring Jewel fuel and oil filter caps, a knurled gear lever, enbroidered Bentley wings on headrests and that's just the beginning.


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Length208.6 in
5298 mm
Width86.9 in
2207 mm
Height58.6 in
1488 mm
Wheelbase120.7 in
3066 mm
Cargo Volume16.6 cuFT
470 L


Power373 KW @ 6000 RPM
507 HP @ 6000 RPM
500 BHP @ 6000 RPM
Torque486 lb-ft @ 1750 RPM
659 Nm @ 1750 RPM
CO2 Emissions254 g/km

Fuel consumption

City15.1 mpg US
15.6 L/100Km
Highway29 mpg US
8.1 L/100Km
Combined21.6 mpg US
10.9 L/100Km


Top Speed183 mph
295 km/h
Acceleration 0-62 Mph (0-100 kph)5.2 s


Drive TypeAll Wheel Drive
Gearbox8-speed automatic


Frontvented disc brakes 405x36mm
Rearvented disc brakes 335x22mm


Unladen Weight5346 lbs
2425 kg
Gross Weight Limit6552 lbs
2972 kg