2012 Bentley Continental Flying Spur Owners Manual – The 2012 Bentley Continental doesn’t blend the soul the way its two-entrance sisters and brothers do, but it’s a potent, sleek, enhanced, and eminently magnificent sedan.
Just before the Continental coupes and the Flying Spur sedan, Bentley’s impression was stagnant, fusty, and in need to have of reinvention. Right after the Continental range came, it had been a hit with the prosperous, stars, and sports athletes as well. Now, the 2012 Bentley Continental Flying Spur continues that new customers with the very same familiarized styling and primary feature establish that this brought with its debut.
The six-year-aged design of the Continental Flying Spur is starting to show its age, specifically close to the great, official roofline. The sleep of the car is lengthy, low, plus sleeker, however, loaning the design enough remaining capacity to still be related. The quality Bentley grille, quad-oval front lights, and personality-lined sheetmetal hold up especially properly. Inside, the cabin is understated and chic, with fingers-cut match-grain wooden cut, great hands-sewn leathers, and actual stainless highlights, an accessory for a Breitling timepiece in the dash.
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Under the hood, the Flying Spur packs a powerful dual-turbocharged 6.0-liter W-12 engine rated at 552 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque. Clean, forceful, and powerful, the engine moves the large 5,400 Bentley to 60 mph in under 5 various mere seconds with a top rated speed of 194 miles per hour. The up-graded Flying Spur Speed gains yet another 48 horsepower and 75 lb-ft of torque, and dashes to 60 in just 4.5 moments well before achieving a top rated speed of 200 mph.
Even with the remarkable potential package, the Flying Spur is more about a plush, comfortable journey than sport-motivated handling. Traveling at speed is Bentley’s all-natural aptitude, while it will hustle when pushed–bare in mind it’s a 5,400-pound car. It is, all things considered, the driver’s Bentley. All-time travel is regular.