Articles about Bentley Flying Spur

This could be one of the last purely gasoline-powered cars from the brand
It’s upping the luxury
The death of the Bentley Mulsanne has hit us pretty hard, chiefly because the big limo took the iconic 6.75-liter V8 engine with it to its grave. Sad times.Bentley, though, has also confirmed that a replacement for the Mulsanne
Champagne chiller, anyone?
Luxury SUVs are ten a penny these days, but Bentley still has a few tricks up its sleeve courtesy of the firm's Mulliner department, jam-packed with coachbuilding and wish-fulfillment specialists.The hamper setup isn't your traditional wicker trunk-
It seems carmakers in the People’s Republic are now starting to recover
Some countries like China have started flattening the curve amid this COVID-19 pandemic, which means restrictions are starting to be lifted in certain places and businesses have started resuming operations.Bentley is one automotive manufacturer that has now resumed operations in
It depends on where you want to sit
Let's get one thing straight: Neither of these is the best car in the world. It's been a long time since the luxury sedan was the highest point on the automotive landscape, the pinnacle to which we all aspired. Now,
It’s all in the details
That's how much thread goes into the interior of every Flying Spur. There's a choice of 23 colors-but pay it enough money, and no doubt Bentley would let you have anything you wanted. The leather said stitching binds together
They’re big, bad, and in your face
Sort of defies design logic, the new RS6. It's brash, it's ultra-aggressive, it's festooned with slashes and lines and creases and bumps, and the grille is straight from Audi's XXL wardrobe. And yet-while you'd struggle
All-wheel steering, rear-biased AWD, and 626bhp. Chauffeurs will be very happy
Does a limo need to be good to drive? Bentley certainly seems to think so. This is the new Flying Spur, and it's had heaps of driver-focused tech thrown at it to ensure it's the company's deftest luxury
It’s got four-wheel steering, rear-biased drive, and Dynamic Ride suspension
This is the new Bentley Flying Spur. Well, the second photo below is an annoyingly cropped-in section of the new Bentley Flying Spur. But it sounds very much like the most interesting section.That's because the Flying Spur now has
“This is like the poshest equivalent of ‘shots fired’”
Attention, relatives of the royal family, oligarchs, and rap musicians: You might want to hold fire on that order you'd poised for a new Rolls-Royce Ghost or Phantom.See, a new Bentley Flying Spur is imminent. "So what", says you, "
How opulent is this Beluga edition?
The word "beluga" can refer to quite a number of things. It can be a type of watercraft or aircraft. It can likewise refer to a whale or sturgeon--the eggs of the latter are what's made into the revered caviar.
Know how many units they\'ve already sold
Earlier this month, Audi and Porsche distributor PGA Cars formally opened the doors to the newest member of its high-end stable: Bentley Manila. Of course, the obvious question that immediately followed was: Can they sell a decent number of insanely priced
Joining Audi, Lamborghini and Porsche in distributor's stable
In late October last year, we reported that PGA Cars would be adding Bentley to its stable of high-end car brands, which now already includes Audi, Lamborghini and Porsche. Well, the time for the launch of the Volkswagen-owned British luxury
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