Bentley Flying Spur speed: race to the end of the W12

Bentley Flying Spur speed: race to the end of the W12

The Flying Spur range is complete. Besides the – now – basic version, Azure and S, Mulliner and Speed​​​​are the advanced versions. The reason? They still have the legendary W12 under the hood. The Mulliner – which can also be ordered with a V8 and with a V6 plug-in hybrid – emphasizes customization and exceptional finishing, while the Velocity focuses on speed.

Strong movements

Under the bonnet, the Flying Spur Speed ​​​​only uses a 6.0-liter W12, producing 635hp and 900Nm, which pushes the British saloon from 100km / h in 3.8 seconds and to a top speed of no less than 333 km / h. Power is sent to the rear wheels via an eight-speed gearbox as in the Continental GT. If necessary, part of the power can also be sent to the front wheels.

Bentley Flying Spur Speed​​​​(2022) figures, rear view

To improve driving dynamics slightly, Bentley installs four-wheel steering. The Bentley Dynamic Ride system with active anti-roll bars controls the bodywork dynamics of this British colossus. The visual difference is further enhanced by the grille, headlights and taillights finished in a single black tone. The Flying Spur Speed​​​​ has 22-inch rims and receives the requisite Speed ​​logos on the front fenders. Finally, the Style Specification adds optional carbon fiber accents, while the Black Line Specification replaces the glossy body parts with black detailing.

Interior of the Bentley Flying Spur (2022).