Speed is the Spur for Bentley
The Flying Spur’s third modern incarnation is a big, powerful car that’s also remarkably easy to drive
Bentley’s Flying Spur takes its name from Scottish heraldry, courtesy of the man in charge of the company’s coach-building division Mulliner at the time. The name first appeared on the Bentley Continental in the 1950s and continued into the 1960s. It did not surface again until 2005, when the first modern Continental Flying Spur was launched under Volkswagen’s ownership.
This was, very simply, a four-door variant of the Continental GT, but by 2013...
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