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Four-door saloon spinoff of [[Bentley Continental]] GT, now with its own nameplate in an effort to carve out an identity of its own. Sales dwindled into the hundreds toward the end of the first generation’s run; a new model, based on the [[Porsche Panamera]] MSB platform, débuted in 2019, two years after the then-current generation of Continental GT.
  
'''Bentley Flying Spur. 2013 to date (prod. n/a). 4-door saloon. F/A, 3993 cm³ (V8 DOHC), 5998 cm³ (W12 DOHC).''' Evolution of previous Continental Flying Spur, now slightly lighter, and with effort having gone in to make it softer and quieter. Agile for its size, and quick. Very high-quality interior. Continental now dropped from name, with design touches to distinguish it from the [[Bentley Continental GT (2010–17)|GT]], such as the rectangular lights at the rear.
 
  
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*[[Bentley Flying Spur (2013–19)]]
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*[[Bentley Flying Spur (2019–)]]
  
''Manufacturing location:'' Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
  
''Marque:'' [[Bentley]] | ''Predecessor:'' [[Bentley Continental Flying Spur (2005–13)]]
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''Marque:'' [[Bentley]] | ''Predecessor:'' [[Bentley Continental]]
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Latest revision as of 12:20, 12 June 2019

Four-door saloon spinoff of Bentley Continental GT, now with its own nameplate in an effort to carve out an identity of its own. Sales dwindled into the hundreds toward the end of the first generation’s run; a new model, based on the Porsche Panamera MSB platform, débuted in 2019, two years after the then-current generation of Continental GT.



Marque: Bentley | Predecessor: Bentley Continental





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