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The all-new, third-generation Bentley Flying Spur breaks cover and looks far better than any of us could have ever anticipated. After the introduction of the all-new Continental Coupe in 2017 and its convertible counterpart in 2018, Bentley completes the family photo with the unveiling of the all-new Flying Spur.
The trusted MSB architecture that serves the Continental GT and the Porsche Panamera, underpins the all-new Flying Spur. Aluminum body panels create sharper creases and an imposing stance. The significantly wider grille is a welcome change and adds to the overall elegance of the luxury sedan.
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On the inside, a new pattern of fluted leather comes standard, with diamond-quilted and three-dimensional diamond quilted leather door inserts making their way onto the lengthy options sheet. Heavy on the technological front, a new high-definition digital instrument cluster sits behind a new steering wheel while night vision, automated parking, and active bass transducers combine it all together.
With plenty of tech to play with, the central infotainment screen is set into a three-sided rotating shape. A single press flips the screen to reveal a panel with three analogue gauges (temperature, compass, chronometer), while another press hides the screen and gauges behind a blank wood veneer for a treatment that Bentley likes to refer to as ‘digital detox’.
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At the heart of the all-new 2020 Bentley Flying Spur resides a 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged W12 that is mated to an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission. For the number crunchers, the British luxo-barge hits the 100km/h mark in 4.2-seconds, with the W12 S version completing the same run in 3.7-seconds. Top speed stands at 333 km/h in sixth gear, with seventh and eighth gears dedicated to fuel saving.
To enhance the driving experience, the all-new Flying Spur is armed with a 48-volt electronic architecture that varies the anti-roll bar stiffness to maintain a consistent ride height. Moreover, electronic four-wheel steering turns the rear wheels to shrink the turning circle and quicken high-speed reflexes.