2020 Bentley Flying Spur – Bentley updates its Continental lineup, starting with the GT coupe, and then switching to the GT Convertible. After that comes the Flying Spur sedan, which should expire in 2019, as a 2020 model. For the first time, we have spy photos of the upcoming Flying Spur in action and they give us at first glance a very good preview.
For the first time upcoming Flying Spur in action and they give us at first glance a very good glimpse of the car. However, an extra black body coating on the wings hides the true shape, and it is likely that more of this coating is used elsewhere on the car.
Nevertheless, you can see the basic form, which is certainly an evolution of the current design instead of a revolution. Some details also appear.
The headlights have a larger interior light and a smaller outside light, which is the opposite of the current design. On the sides, the lines of upper and lower characters take on new forms. At the rear, the license plate cutout moves from the trunk to the bumper and the taillights are higher and do not curl on the sides as they do on the current model.
As we mentioned in the title, the prototype was tested with the new W12 that already powered the Bentayga and the newly introduced Continental GT. It develops 600 hp in the opulent SUV and 626 hp in the coupe, both sharing the same torque of 664 lb-ft (900 Nm). As a side note, the Flying Spur was not supposed to be the only sedan of the Volkswagen group to be blessed with the latest 6.0-liter twin-turbo engine that the base VW brand had plans for a new Phaeton with this top-of-the-line factory. range. The Fullsize sedan from Wolfsburg is still on the agenda, but it was delayed until 2020 Bentley Flying Spur because of the Dieselgate and it should return exclusively in EV.