Bentley has announced it will unveil restyled 2009 versions of its Continental Flying Spur and Flying Spur Speed later this month at the British International Motor Show in London, England.
With its combination of performance, luxury, craftsmanship and four-door practicality, the 12-cylinder Continental Flying Spur has been at the forefront of Bentley’s revitalisation since its launch in 2005 and the range is now refined and expanded with two highly distinctive models.
The Flying Spur’s styling undergoes a subtle evolution with changes to the front and rear design. The new, more upright grille and bolder lower air intake accentuate the distinctive Bentley profile, while a new rear bumper delivers a sleeker and more aggressive appearance.
The 552bhp Continental Flying Spur offers enhanced levels of comfort and choice. Bentley claims that a comprehensive range of noise-absorbent measures including acoustic glazing ensure that cabin refinement is best in class.
Bentley’s commitment to craftsmanship and customer personalisation is highlighted with an enhanced choice of beautifully crafted marquetry and chrome inlays. In addition, seat piping, a traditional Bentley feature, has also been introduced with two new hide colours.
Joining the Continental Flying Spur in London is the 600bhp Flying Spur Speed which unleashes the potent performance and intense levels of driver engagement of its highly acclaimed stablemate, the Continental GT Speed.