Flying Spur

20 Juillet 2006 - 110 000 km

39 900 €

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Technical sheet

Range Futur Collector range
Brand Bentley
Type Flying Spur
Body Berline 4 places
Production 19 786 exemplaires
First print
Body color Noire
Interior color caramel
Motor V 12 bi-turbos
Displacement 5998 cm2
Powerful 560 ch
Gearboxe Automatique 6 rapports
Dimensions L : 5,31 m - l : 1,92 m
Options Suspension pneumatique, sièges chauffants électriques à mémoire, climatisation automatique, etc....
Features Voiture prestigieuse.
Mileage 110 000 km
Guarantee 12 Mois
Price 39 900 €


BENTLEY Flying Spur 

Bentley was founded in 1919 by the English engineer Walter Owen Bentley. A motorsport enthusiast, he took the company in the same direction, creating racing cars from the start. In 1924, his 3-Litre sports model won the 24 Hours of Le Mans. This success would be repeated from 1927–1930. There were no professional racing drivers at the wheel of these winning cars, only well-to-do amateurs, enthusiastic ‘gentlemen drivers’ spurred on by a sense of adventure. The stock market crash in 1929 stopped the rise of the young British firm. The high price of its luxurious models for the public were no longer appropriate. It was Rolls-Royce who, in a roundabout way, bought Bentley in 1931. To the fame Bentley had won through racing, Rolls-Royce added its reputation for excellence as a maker of very up-market models with sporting connotations. The cars produced by the two companies were in fact very close cousins. In particular, until 2004 all Bentley chassis came from Rolls-Royce. In 1998, the group was bought by the car giant Volkswagen. Since then, the two brands have shared many components and R&D projects.

The Bentley Flying Spur was presented at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show. It was an exceptional luxury saloon. It used the chassis from the VW Phaeton and was powered by an incredible 6-litre W12 engine with twin turbochargers developing 560bhp, enough to launch it from 0-100kph in 4.5 seconds and make it the fastest saloon in the world (312kph). Thanks to a six-speed ZF ‘Tiptronic’ transmission, adaptive air suspension and four-wheel drive, the Flying Spur was a formidable car on the road. Despite its size and weight, it proved more capable than many sports cars of the time. In addition, it was extraordinarily comfortable and incomparably luxurious. Built at Crewe in England, the saloon was essentially assembled by hand. All the technical features to be found inside the car, as well as the finely crafted, noble materials are an invitation to travel to another world, smoothly and at supersonic speed.

To buy a Flying Spur is to treat yourself to the ultimate in cars, to enter into a world of British elegance and to keep alive the memory of Bentley’s prestigious heyday.

The model presented here

The model presented here was delivered new in Monaco on 20 July 2005. Black metallic paint was chosen for the bodywork. The interior is trimmed in caramel-coloured leather. All the items of equipment that contribute to the car’s luxury and comfort are present and correct. These include electric heated seats with a memory function, a sophisticated automatic climate control and adaptive air suspension. The car has had only one owner and has covered 110,000km. It has always been maintained and runs perfectly. It will be serviced before delivery and guaranteed for 12 months. Buying this car will let you into Bentley’s dreamlike world at a more affordable price and discover BPM Héritage. BPM Group is the official distributor for this prestigious brand in Monaco.

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