For once, German tuner Mansory has made rather discreet modifications to this new Bentley Flying Spur.
Mansory is renowned for its ostentatious body kits. But this time around, it looks like he’s calmed down by dealing with this Bentley Flying Spur, the new standard bearer of Bentley since the disappearance of the Mulsanne.
The German preparer offers a complete body kit for the English sedan, with elements in carbon fiber, which can be found on the hood, the front grille, the front and rear bumpers, or the sill extensions.
On this “full black” livery, a few red borders contrasts appear, whether on the hood, the sidewalls, the front apron, the rear extractor, the trunk, the side sill extensions, or the contour of the 22 inch rims, more sporty style.
The interior combines cream leather upholstery with black accents, with some details such as geometric leather embossing on the doors as well as the central armrest. The steering wheel is surely the most eccentric touch, with its “dripping” shape characteristic of Mansory productions. Specific mats, an aluminum pedals as well as illuminated door sills complete the equipment.
Under the hood, the W12 engine has been reworked to offer no less than 710 horsepower and 1,000 Nm of torque. The 0 to 100 km / h is now swallowed in 3.6 seconds, for a maximum speed of 340 km/h. For comparison, the original 12-cylinder unit of the Bentley Flying Spur developed 635 horsepower and 900 Nm of torque, for 0 to 100 km / h in 3.8 seconds and a top speed of 333 km / h.
Mansory hasn’t announced pricing for this Bentley Flying Spur of its own, but interested owners will certainly have no problem paying top dollar to stand out from the crowd.
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