Bentley showcased its latest offering, the 2014 Flying Spur at the ongoing Geneva Motor Show. The company has dropped the ‘Continental’ tag from this new machine, may be because the ‘Continental’ tag is used in most of their lineup and they finally want to give this one a unique identity.
The Flying Spur has always looked like a Continental GT with extra doors, but the new version has slightly different design cues. The new headlamps now get daytime running lights – like all the new Bentleys. There are few changes to the side as well, while the most noticeable difference is to the rear with the revised horizontal tail lamp cluster.
The four-door saloon is technologically equipped with onboard WiFi, dual 10-inch screens in the rear seat with eight-speaker audio system.
The company claims that the 2014 Flying Spur is the fastest four-door car they have ever made – all thanks to its 6.0-litre W-12 engine which produces 616bhp of raw power and maximum torque of 800Nm.This flying B can do 0-100kmph in 4.6 seconds and can attain a top speed of 322kmph.
The 2014 Bentley Flying Spur will be available in India after it is launched globally and come through completely-built-unit route like all other Bentleys.