Bentley proved as a luxury sedan the Continental Flying Spur has a W-12 engine platform and drivetrain components with twin turbo producing 552 horsepower. As an aftermarket, Wald International provides a body kit upgrade package to enhance the exterior appearance in 2009. The factory standard is very good, but with a little custom it will add to the coolness of the vehicle. If seen, Wald added chrome alloy wheels, bumpers and exhaust systems.
The factory standard for the Flying Spur is a rearview camera, three-spoke steering wheel, carbon-ceramic brakes, new green or gray paint, and a new brown or green leather interior. Spur received minor updates including several new options, new colors, and improved technology. Spur stability control now includes sport mode. Besides getting standard Sirius satellite radio, new Breitling hours, better Bluetooth hardware, and brake pedals embossed with the historic “B” logo Bentley.
The twin-turbocharged (6.0 liter) W12 engine on the Continental Flying Spur, produces 560 PS and 650 Nm of torque at 1,600-6,100 rpm. With a permanent Torsen-based four-wheel drive it can reach 0-100 km / h (0.0-62.1 mph) in 5.2 seconds, and a top speed of 312 km / h (194 mph). Continental Flying Spur has four-wheel-drive with Adaptive Air Suspension and Continuous Damping Control.
Gallery of 2009 Bentley Flying Spur Black Bison by Wald International
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