The 2010 Bentley Continental Flying Spur is a full-size ultra-luxurious sedan with room for five passengers. Hand built in Crewe, England, the Flying Spur is offered in two powerful trims both of which are powered by a 6.0L twin-turbo W12 engine. The standard trim generates 552 hp while the Speed version ups the ante with 600 hp. All-wheel drive is standard on both models as is a long list of exclusive and wonderful standard luxury amenities.Read more Read less
Bentley adds a completely new Continental to the stable this year, the Supersports model. It boasts of being the fastest Bentley ever produced, with a top speed over 200 mph and a 0-60 mph time under 4 seconds. This comes from being lighter than its Continental siblings and a new "Quickshift" transmission that Bentely promises halves shift times. It's also the first Bentley that will be capable of running on gasoline or biofuels, like E85. Bentley also added two new Speed models in the summer of 2009, the Continental GTC Speed convertible and the Flying Spur Speed. These editions are much the same as the base GTC convertible and Flying Speed, but they've been tuned for higher performance.
Seven variations to meet any taste; completely customizable; ultimate in performance and luxury
With a price range hovering around $200,000, no one could call the Bentley Continental a great value. But with the finest hides used in the interior, the powerful W12 engine, and the stunning design of the Continental lineup, this is one of the finest driving machines on the road today. Where some of its competitors assume the owner will have a driver, Bentley assumes the owner will want to take the wheel himself. High-end fabrics and matched veneers are used throughout the car, and standard features for the Continental are only available as expensive options on other luxury sedans.
Continental Flying Spur Speed