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Bentley's Flying Spur returns!
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2020-10-28: First UK drive: Bentley Flying Spur
2020-10-14: Bentley drops V8 into Flying Spur
2019-10-11: Blackline added to Bentley Flying Spur range

A quick history lesson, as a build-up to a teaser of new metal: around the turn of the millennium, Volkswagen bought Bentley. The first thing it did was to build the Continental GT coupe, which it quickly developed into a four-door saloon version it christened the Continental Flying Spur. By 2014, the saloon had dropped the 'Continental' bit of its name to stand alone and now we're ready for the Mk3 Flying Spur. It's pictured here in a few teaser images, ahead of its full reveal on June 11, and there's also a video of it in action during final high-speed testing, where it sounds like it'll have the 635hp/900Nm 6.0-litre W12 biturbo that's found in... yes, you guessed it, the current Continental GT. More tech details beyond this are thin on the ground, but we do know it will have all-wheel drive that defaults to rear-drive in most situations, the latest version of Bentley Dynamic Ride (air suspension, 48-volt anti-roll capabilities and so on)... and the first-ever application of all-wheel steering in a Bentley, which should make the Flying Spur agile at low speeds and stable at faster ones. It's designed to fit in between the Conti GT and the opulent Mulsanne.

Matt Robinson - 29 May 2019

Earlier articles featuring 2020 Bentley Flying Spur

2019-06-11: New Bentley Flying Spur goes high-tech

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Bentley adds the Speed touch to GTC. Image by Bentley.
Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible lands
Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible lands, complete with 659hp, 208mph top speed and 3.7s 0-62mph time.
New Bentley Continental GT Speed lands. Image by Bentley.
Bentley confirms new Continental GT Speed
Power’s up to 659hp, top speed to 208mph, chassis is sharpened to make the Conti GT Speed great to drive.
Bentley revises Bentayga Hybrid. Image by Bentley.
Bentley updates Bentayga Hybrid PHEV
PHEV Bentley Bentayga Hybrid returns with new looks and interior, but no major drivetrain updates.

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