2013 Bentley Continental Flying Spur

2013 Bentley Continental Flying Spur – Named Bentley Continental Flying has been in two very different types of track cars with four doors since 1957. The 2013 Bentley Continental Flying Spur is  first is a four-door sedan body with special body by HJ Mulliner & Co. in a Bentley Continental chassis. These organizations have been built in London, made in the specifications of the different chassis in Crewe 1957-1966. The second is the standard catalog of an auto manufacturer, 2013 Bentley Continental Flying Spur  production line in standard four-door Bentley Continental Crewe built our own factory.

The 2013 Bentley Continental Flying Spur four-door sedan for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show, 2005th The Flying Spur uses most of the technical fundamentals of the Bentley Continental GT, and was introduced in Europe and North America in summer 2005. Overall, have the Bentley Continental GT and Flying Spur Bentley’s annual production of around 1,000 units in 2003 increased to 9,200 units in 2006.

The 2013 Bentley Continental Flying Spur a 6-liter, 12 cylinder, configured in an array of W. In contrast to a conventional 12-cylinder with two banks of 6, 6-liter engine is configured in four banks Continental of three cylinders. This shortens the length of the W-12 engine significantly compared to a 2-bank configuration. The W-12 produces 552 hp, accelerates from 0-60 mph in 4.9 seconds and the maximum speed of 194 hours driving miles Flying Spur. A remarkable aspect of the Continental Flying Spur is its grille. Like traditional chromed brass mesh look is a plastic coating, metal-core. 2013 Bentley Continental Flying Spur is installed as a safety feature, but is breaking for the collision with a pedestrian.

2013 Bentley Continental Flying Spur Gallery

 

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