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Bentley has introduced the fastest four-door car in their luxury cars line-up, the new 2014 Bentley Flying Spur. This Bentley Continental family members has launched in 2013 Geneva Motor Show. This car show is so expressive exterior and interior are more connected. Reliable performance shown by the 6.0-liter W12 engine twin-turbocharged. Would you be interested?

Wiewed from the outside, Bentley Flying Spur looks so graceful and sexy. A lower roofline, very sculpted panels, lines right features and hamstrings muscles Flying Spur provide a more aggressive stance. Front fender vents feature striking new wing complete with elegant Bentley "B" motif. Chrome grille sits more upright between pairs of gems such as LED lights. Under the front grille, full-width lower intake with no division now vertical, but horizontal chrome accents that complement the dramatic face Flying Spur. At the back there is a single Elliptical Horizontal LED tail lamp that is incorporated with a new interpretation of the "Horse Shoe" Bentley line features. The hood and front fenders are aluminum, while the trunklid are made from polymer composites. Materials selection is to reduce weight and maximize engine performance.

Flying Spur interior is built with class leading technology entertainment and information combined with traditional craft materials and stunning contemporary design. Front and rear seats are trimmed in a re-designed premium quality natural leather. To enhance the "wrap-around" feel of the front cabin, veneer dashboard meets the perfect curve of the door in line, giving the impression of an unbroken arc of wood around the interior. In addition, the roof lining and pillar also trimmed in natural leather.

As we have said before, that this car is the fastest car in the Bentley legend. Under the hood Bentley Flying Spur is a twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter W12 that pumps out 616 horsepower. This engine mated to a ZF eight-speed ebuah transimssion, rear-biased all-wheel-drive system, computer-controlled air suspension. Result, the car was speeding from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.3 seconds and reaches a top speed of 200 mph.

Bentley Flying Spur has introduced to public at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. This car is expected to begin production this year. pricing will be announced later.