Bentley Continental Flying Spur

New Continental Flying Spur and Continental Flying Spur Speed

The 2009 Continental Flying Spur and Flying Spur Speed are due to make their debut at the British International Motor Show, located in ExCel (London) later this month.

There will be subtle changes to the front and rear design, with a new more upright grille and a new rear bumper.

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The Flying Spur Speed will have a 600bhp W12 engine and will accelerate from 0-60 in 4.5 seconds, on to a top speed of 200mph.

Both models will be able to have Bentley’s optional Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC). Another option will be an exclusive Naim speaker system featuring a 1,100 Watt amplifier (the most powerful in a production car) and 15 speakers.

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