2019 Bentley Flying Spur Rumors and Review – The next-generation Bentley Flying Spur test mule has been discovered for the first time without Porsche Panamera bodywork. However now, the prototype is heavily camouflaged to look like the current technology Flying Spur.
In its current incarnation, the Flying Spur is effectively a four-door version of the Bentley Continental GT another generation that will be inspired by the EXP 10 Swiftness 6 Concept that was disclosed at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The exact same should connect with the 2019 version of the Traveling Spur.
2019 Bentley Flying Spur Redesign
As the Panamera mule provided no details as to the way the next-generation Flying Spur will look like and the more recent test cars wore camouflage that resembled the outgoing model, that isn’t to say we could clueless on its exterior design. Much like the current model, the future sedan is a four-door version of the Continental GT. And before you say that the Conti has yet to show itself in public areas without camouflage, we already know that the coupe will borrow numerous features from the EXP10 Rate 6 concept. As well as the latest spy images confirm that.
That said, I expect the Flying Spur to talk about most if its leading fascia with the Continental GT. Noteworthy features will include the quad headlamp layout with smaller lights toward the attributes, a lowered nose, and a wider grille placed lower in to the fascia, and a sportier bumper with big side openings. A sculpted engine hood is also up for grabs, but with more subdued, fashionable lines set alongside the Continental GT.
2019 Bentley Flying Spur Engine
In addition to improved proportions compared to today’s Traveling Spur, the new program should bring about a lighter sedan. With high-strength material, aluminium and other compact components, the new Traveling Spur will be less portly than the 2475kg behemoth plying the highways today.
While range-topping variants of the new Flying Spur will likely use an kept up to date version of Bentley’s 6.0-litre twin-turbocharged W12, entry-level variants will probably be powered by the version of the Porsche’s 404kW/770Nm direct-injection 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8.
2019 Bentley Flying Spur Price and Release Date
Being a 2019 model, the new Bentley Flying Spur will probably come in the past due 2018 or an early on 2019. The price details have not been confirmed, but you cannot expect this luxurious model to start under $200,000.