2015 Bentley Flying Spur
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Clean CARFAX, One Owner W12 Twin Turbocharged - Mulliner Specification w/21 5 Spoke Polished Alloy Wheels, Carbon Ceramic Brakes w/Black Painted Calipers, Bright Chromed Lower Bumper Matrix Style Grille, NAIM Premium Audio System, Navigation/Nav/GPS System, Power Sunroof/Moonroof, Ventilated front seats, Premium Contrast Stitching, Dark Stained Burr Walnut Veneer, Veneered Picnic Tables w/Vanity Mirrors, Dual Tone 3 Spoke Hide Trimmed Steering Wheel, Embroidered Bentley Emblems, Indented Leather Headlining, Jewel Fuel & Oil Filler Caps, Knurled Sports Gear Lever, Active Cruise Control, Bright Boot Finisher, Rear-View Camera, CD Changer, Drilled Alloy Sport Foot Pedals, Refrigerated Bottle Cooler!
Regal styling; predictably sumptuous interior; serious power; extensive customization options. Source: Edmunds
With a prominent bonnet and sporting lines that flow from the front arches and speed towards the back of the car, the Flying Spurs design pays homage to the great Bentleys of history. A more upright chrome matrix radiator grille and bolder lower air intake accentuate the distinctive Bentley profile, while a revised rear bumper delivers a sleek and more balanced appearance thanks to a sporting black valance and wraparound chrome trim. At the front, beautiful chrome lamp bezels complement the highly distinctive twin headlamp signature and at the rear act to tie in the tail lamp clusters, providing an understated but elegant sign-off to the cars design. Throughout the cabin, premium leather hides and the finest wood veneers combine on every surface to give a welcoming and contemporary environment. A comprehensive range of enhanced noise reduction measures has been added to the Flying Spurs already impressive acoustic suppression technology as well. The 6.0L W12 engine is capable of 552hp and produces 479ft-lb of torque at only 1600rpm. It can propel the Flying Spur from 0-60 mph in 4.3 seconds and on to a top speed of 200mph. All-wheel drive with 40:60 front-to-rear torque split guarantees sure-footed performance, while the 8-speed transmission ensures the car is always in the optimum gear. You can also opt for the potent V8 which delivers 500hp and a 0-60 of 4.9 seconds. The Flying Spur also boasts advanced touchscreen technology. The 8-inch screen operates the cars audio system, telephone, ride and comfort settings and, of course, the very latest navigation system, which uses both an in-car hard-disc drive or DVD player to access map data. Opt for the optional Naim premium audio system featuring custom built speakers. Source: The Manufacturer Summary
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Classic Car ID101025906
Engine6.0L W12 Twin Turbocharged
TransmissionZF 8-Speed Automatic
Exterior ColorIce White
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