POWER IS JUST THE BEGINNING
Do not be fooled by the sedan silhouette. The Bentley Flying Spur Speed is appropriately named. Built to exhilarate in every sense, it is the most powerful and driver-focused Flying Spur Bentley has ever built – and a clear contender for the fastest four-door car in the world.
It includes the latest chassis technology, from active all-wheel drive and all-wheel steering to the innovative Bentley Dynamic Ride system, aiding the car’s stability through corners. And it is incredibly well crafted. It is darker and more purposeful in style than some of its siblings, with more use of technical finishes. Yet it remains one of the most comfortable and luxurious cars available anywhere in the world. The Flying Spur Speed is a car that will delight every passenger and excite every driver.
The 6.0 litre W12 engine can propel the Flying Spur from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.7 seconds (0 to 100 km/h in 3.8 seconds). Its maximum speed is an incredible 207 mph (333 km/h) – performance literally unheard of in the world of the luxury sedan.
SELECT YOUR MODE
There are four driving modes to choose from: Comfort, Bentley, Custom and Sports mode, which optimises powertrain and chassis responsiveness, for a thrilling drive.
HEAR MORE OF A ROAR
The exhaust system features Adaptive Valve Control, allowing for a more emphatic roar when you put your foot down in Sport mode, or a more discrete murmur when cruising in Comfort or Bentley mode.
A SURE GRIP
An Active All-Wheel Drive system keeps the car in predominantly rear-wheel drive by default. Only if the system detects changes in traction will it redistribute power across both axles, giving you maximum grip in all conditions.
DYNAMIC ANTI-ROLL CONTROL
With Bentley Dynamic Ride, a 48-volt electronic anti-roll system that adapts to changing driving conditions, the cabin is kept stable when cornering at speed, without compromising on ride comfort during more leisurely driving.
All-wheel steering enables you to overtake effortlessly on the highway, gliding from lane to lane without body roll. On city streets, it reduces the turning circle, making tight manoeuvres much easier.