The original Continental Flying Spur was a successful product for Bentley, selling around 20,000 cars since its introduction in 2005. In dropping the Continental badge from the name Bentley is making a statement of intent that China and the USA, where owners prefer to ride in the rear, is whereContinue Reading

[button link=”http://www.frontseatdriver.co.uk/2014/01/first-drive-bentley-flying-spur/” color=”orange”]Road Test[/button] [button link=”http://www.frontseatdriver.co.uk/2014/01/bentley-flying-spur-2014-gallery/” color=”orange”]Gallery[/button] [button window=”yes” link=”http://www.bentleymotors.com/ownership/locate_a_dealer/”]Find a Dealer[/button] Model Tested: Bentley Flying Spur 6.0 W12 The Bentley Flying Spur range starts at £140,900 for the Flying Spur 6.0 W12, rising to £150,220 for the Flying Spur 6.0 W12 Mulliner. Good and Bad Good Stuff: Incredible buildContinue Reading

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When somebody hands you the keys to a car with a price tag of £171,397 you expect something special. They also expect it back in one piece. Is the Bentley Continental GT V8 Convertible special enough to warrant the asking price, and did I manage to keep it on theContinue Reading