Bentley Motors said it will unveil its redesigned Flying Spur, the company’s most powerful four-door model ever, at the Geneva Motor Show on March 5.
Designed to set a new benchmark in the “luxury performance” segment, the redesigned Flying Spur has an evolutionary design which borrows cues from the Continental GT and Mulsanne.
As such, the sedan has a lower and wider appearance which is further enhanced by curvaceous surfaces and muscular rear haunches. Notable highlights include LED-infused headlights, ventilated front fenders, a more upright grille and 19- to 21-inch alloy wheels.
The company said the Spur’s 6-liter, 12-cylinder engine generates 616 horsepower and will drive the 5,451-pound sedan from zero to 60 mph in 4.3 seconds, and to a top speed of 200 mph.
“Bentley’s new Flying Spur is the ultimate luxury performance sedan. Our engineers have worked tirelessly to ensure that the Flying Spur is the perfect combination of power, comfort, refinement and hand-crafted quality,” said Bentley chairman and Chief Executive, Wolfgang Schreiber.