Best car i've owned
Fell in love with the car once i heard the engine start. The performance was great and the accelerations i was better then the last. The interior made driving feel like floating and the drive was even better.
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Wondering which trim is right for you?
Our 2011 Bentley Continental Flying Spur trim comparison will help you decide.
Inspired by the company’s Continental Flying Spur of 1957, the modern sedan is called a “grand tourer born of a coupe.” It has essentially everything offered in the Continental GT coupe, including a 552-horsepower, twin-turbocharged W-12, along with enhanced luxury and space. Like the Continental GT coupe, the Continental Flying Spur has all-wheel drive. Bentley claims acceleration from zero to 60 mph in 4.9 seconds.
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New for 2011
A Series 51 model allows customers to customize exterior and interior colors and features.
Though a sedan, the Continental Flying Spur closely matches the appearance of the Continental GT coupe. Bentley says the two were developed in parallel to create consistency in their visual appearance. Exterior features include:
Leather surfaces and wood veneers provide a sumptuous feel to the inside of the Continental Flying Spur, which can be equipped with four or five seats. An optional adaptive cruise control system manages the throttle and brakes to maintain a preset distance behind the vehicle ahead. Interior features include:
Under the Hood
Breathing with the assistance of twin turbochargers, the Continental Flying Spur’s 6.0-liter W-12 moves the vehicle with great ease. Mechanical features include:
Standard safety equipment includes:
Continental Flying Spur Speed
Introduced in 2009, this package gives the Flying Spur a boost in power and an upgrade in ride and handling, along with a few exterior features. Bentley says the Speed can go from zero to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds and can exceed 200 mph.
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