2014 Bentley Continental Flying Spur (Facelift) Testing at Nurburgring

2014 Bentley Continental Flying Spur 1 photo
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There probably isn’t going to be any Bentley driver crazy enough to take the Continental Flying Spur on the Nurburgring, but they’re making sure it handle well nevertheless.
The Continental Flying Spur is getting a facelift next year, together with the new twin-turbo V8 engine that the coupe uses (together with Audi as well). This engine will reduce the overall weight, the price, increase the fuel economy and reduce emissions.

We should expect about 500 horsepower, nought to 100 km/h in five seconds and a top speed of about 180 mph. It’s amazing to see this big car being pushed hard, right next to the mental Mercedes SLS Black Series.

The styling hiding under that fake BMW camo is that of the EXP 9F SUV concept.

All that’s left now is to wait for next year’s reveal and hope it’s a looker. Enjoy the video filmed by fastsportscardriver at the ‘Ring and tell us what you think.

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