Flying Spur V8
The new Flying Spur V8* is an exciting and dynamic expression of the Flying Spur range, enhanced with the addition of an agile and lively 4.0 litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine**. Its athletic performance, exquisite craftsmanship and suite of innovative technologies come together to create a four-door grand tourer that offers exhilaration and refinement in equal parts – for the driver and the driven.
An Eye-Catching Exterior
The new Flying Spur V8’s captivating road presence is a statement of power and style to all who see it. Its striking power lines, muscular haunch and perfectly balanced proportions create a distinctive silhouette that is both sporty and sophisticated, hinting at its thrilling performance credentials. Inside, unrivalled craftsmanship and incredible attention to detail create a cabin that offers comfort and style in equal measure. Stunningly sculpted surfaces meet at sharp lines to create an exterior design that demands attention and refuses to let it go. Considered details like the new vertical vane matrix grille, cut-crystal headlamps and an optional 22” black painted wheel infuse its presence with pure athleticism and elegance. Exclusive design details give this luxury grand tourer it its own identity. From the Quad Oval Tailpipes to unique V8 badging that denotes its status within the range.
A Refined Interior
Get behind the wheel of the new Flying Spur V8 and you’ll discover a spacious interior that envelops you in a combination of fine materials and craftsmanship. The dramatic new floating console brings all of the intricate details together; the elegant lines run from the Bentley wings-inspired dashboard and the beautiful polished veneers – in Crown Cut Walnut as standard – to the luxurious nappa leather panels on both front and rear doors. Beauty can be found in every detail, such as the sculpted centre vents on the console – reminiscent of the Bentley ‘B’ design – an element that can be made even more intricate with the signature diamond-knurled finish. To continue this diamond detail, you can even replace the smooth leather of the door panels with a three-dimensional diamond leather upholstery as part of the Mulliner Driving Specification – an element never before seen in the automotive world.
Power Meets Agility
Innovative systems and technologies ensure that you can always make the most of the new Flying Spur V8’s phenomenal engine, whatever the demands of the road. The optional active roll control system, Bentley Dynamic Ride, ensures maximum, comfort, control and handling can be enjoyed at all times. Rapid acceleration and quick gearshifts are provided by an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission. This seamless shifting is achieved by pre-selecting the next gear before leaving the current selection. Maximum speed can be reached in sixth gear, with the seventh and eighth gears reserved for reduced fuel consumption when cruising – ideal for exploring the city or touring the roads that take you further afield.
Master of Your Environment
Every seat in the new Flying Spur V8 puts in-car technology in your hands via a simple tap of a screen. The 12.3″ high definition touchscreen allows those in the front seats to access not only maps and driver assistance tools, but to personalise their cabin environment too. Meanwhile, those in the rear have access to the same controls via the Touch Screen Remote. With these screens to hand, you can adjust the heating, ventilation, seats and mood lighting, open and close the sunroof and blinds, reveal or conceal the Flying B mascot, and access the entertainment and navigation systems. For those in the front of the cabin, the optional Bentley Rotating Display allows you to select a fascia of your choosing from three options: the main 12.3” touchscreen, a set of three analogue gauges, or a book-matched veneer. Truly this blends technology and craft into a new art form.
|Engine Capacity||3996 cc|
|Brakes||vented disc brakes w/ Bentley branded black brake callipers|
|Maximum Power||542 bhp / 550 PS / 404 kW @ 6000 rpm|
|Suspension Type||Air suspension|
|Maximum Torque||568 lb-ft / 770 Nm @ 2000 – 4500 rpm|
|Acceleration||0 – 60 mph 4.0 seconds, 0 – 100 km/h 4.1 seconds|
Dimensions and Weight
|Length||209.3 in / 5316 mm|
|Width||87.4 in / 2220 mm|
|Height||58.4 in / 1483 mm|
|Wheelbase||125.7 in / 3194 mm|
|Gross Weight||6569.8 lb/ 2980 kg|
|Curb Weight||2330 kg|
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