Bentley Flying Spur teaser now revealed
|   Friday, February 15, 2013
Bentley has shown the media and the general public the teaser pictures as well as the video of the new and upgraded Flying Spur that will be a part of the Geneva Motor Show.

This new car that is now revealed by the company, the new Flying Spur is said to be the latest bentely developmental design that have some additions to the creases in the metal works that are present in the car which in particular includes the Flying Spur's shoulder line that have minor changes made to it.


Despite of this the headlights are given some changes and they now have some re positioning that helps in giving the more appeal to the car. The crease that is going along in the front side of the car is slightly down and they are now intended to be fitted equally with the new design of the car.
In the video that is released by the car makers have shown that there are slightly redesign ed eleme nts included in the exterior of the cars that also includes a few changes in the design of the door mirrors along with new alloy wheels are integrated in the car.

For those who are excited about this car have an advantage that they can select and choose the trim and equipment that they want in their cars. That can have a redesigned dials if the y want to have one in their cars. As for all this there is no compromise in the quality and the cabins of the car seems to be in a higher level of quality as per told by the resources.

This new project about the car is considered to be the last project of the Dirk van Braeckel intended for the bentely. As per due to the appointment of the Luc Donckerwolke as he is the director of the design in the company. He is at this moment working on the renewing of the updated version of Bentley EXP F SUV. This is based on the views the company gets from the clients.

As the cars are updated so there are a lot of changes in the car which also inc lude some changes in the engines of the cars too. The Flying Spur shall be given to the public with the choices of two types of engines that are
• 567bhp W12 engine
• 500bhp V8 engine
Along with this the car will be offered to the public with speed automatic gearboxes. These are the replacement of the previously used six-speed transmissions. However the car is still a four-wheel-dive only car for the users.

For those who are planning to buy this car they should expect the range of these cars to be about £135,000 at the time when the car will be at the release for the sale for the general public in almost the end of this year. Regardless of the fact that the Flying Spur update they are still costing about £90,000 less in comparison to a little bigger Mulsanne version of the car. Flagship Flying the Spur Speed model will be a new addition to this range of the cars that the company will be producing later in the upcoming years.
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