2020 Bentley Flying Spur

February 12th, 2020 · Comments Closed · Bentley

The 2020 Bentley Flying Spur looks like a luxury limo and has a sports car. Bentley Flying Spur model is the 100th anniversary of the car manufacturer. The 2020 model returns to the scene with a sharper, even more, sophisticated design that adds to the excitement of a totally re-loved Spur. The Flying Spur has a few traits, but it is happiest when sailing at extra-legal speeds and carrying its occupants in the pockets of a leather cabin. The exterior has an elegant chrome grille and accompanying chrome buffer, as well as new alloy wheels. The unique design of the 2020 Flying Spur is instantly recognizable and turns heads wherever it goes.

2020 Bentley Flying Spur Design

Previous Flying Spurs suffered a bit from lifting too much design touch from the Continental Second, making it look like a protracted version of the coupe. However, not only does the new Flying Spur make better use of Bentley’s new design language first introduced on the Continental GT, but it also takes the liberty to really apply the latest signatures of the business to be more recognizable than the sedan, and handsome.

The power wires next to it draw your eye to muscle wounds to the back and finish off an unapologetically robust silhouette. Specifically, the 22-inch wheels and the car have an impressive presence, either on the curb or in the rear-view mirror. The 2020 Flying Spur keeps its external badge subtle, with a neatly hidden W12 emblem on the side, and the company logo accompanied by the elegant letters “Bentley” in the text at the back.

2020 Bentley Continental Flying Spur

2020 Bentley Continental Flying Spur

On the front, there is a reformed flying B ornament that can now move into the bonnet for the first time in the same way that the Spirit of Ecstasy can move into a Rolls-Royce. Although far from a sleeping car, the styling is subtle enough to move under the casual observer’s radar.

2020 Bentley Flying Spur Interior

In addition to leather almost everywhere, the 2020 interior of Flying Spur also features genuine wood and real metal accents. The design is already outdated, but it is still one of the nicest interiors available, with soft seats and supporting upholstery. A touch screen infotainment system is standard and other technologies are optional, including on-board WiFi, a digital TV receiver and a back-seat display, and an 11-speaker Naim audio system. In addition to the normal optional add-ons, Bentley allows customers to customize the Flying Spur to their specification according to their Mulliner customization program.

2020 Bentley Flying Spur Engine

For Bentley Flying Super 2020, the power comes from a spritely 500-hp V-8 or a stinking 616 hp W-12; the latter propelled a Flying Spur to 4.4 km / h on our test track at 4.4 seconds. Both engines are dual turbocharged and can be used in a higher output S-shape, boosting the V-8’s output to 521 horsepower and the W-12’s to 626 horsepower. The four-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic are standard. We prefer the V-8 S model, which proved 0.1 seconds faster to 60 km/h in our testing than the non-S W-12 model. In addition, the handling of the V-8 S, with less weight under its bonnet, is strikingly nimble than models with the larger 12-cylinder engine.

2020 Bentley Flying Spur Safety

Bentley Flying Spur is available with side curtain airbags, customizable cruise control, and stability control system as standard safety features. Side curtain airbags Help prevent head injuries in case of rollover by inflating bags over the side windows. For both front and rear passengers. The adaptive speed control controls the speed of the vehicle when the speed control is active to match the speed of the traffic and to avoid collisions. The stability control system prevents the 2020 Bentley Flying Spur from getting too far out of control by reducing the throttle speed and braking on individual wheels.