Bentley is characterized as the main rival of Rolls-Royce, two brands that "fight" for being the most luxurious. In general, the British brands manufacture high quality cars that are used for the transfer of great personalities.
The British house, Bentley, introduced the third generation of the Flying Spur, which has a body that measures 5.32 meters in length, the same as a Toyota Hilux to have a local reference, and a wheelbase of 3.19 meters, which ensures a large legroom of the Passengers of the second row.
The seats in the rear compartment have a touch screen in the ventilation openings, with comfort equipment controls – they can be removed from the holder to be used as a tablet. In addition, the ceiling can be of panoramic glass and with shutters upholstered in Alcantara, while the seats have functions of heating, ventilation and massage.
Inside the equipment highlights the headlights with LED technology arranged in a matrix that allows to illuminate the way creating different light beam patterns, the emblem is retractable – designed to celebrate the brand's centennial, four-wheel steering and suspension of adjustable hardness to ensure comfort at all times.
It also has driving assistance systems such as blind spot warning, cross traffic, projected windshield information, night vision camera, multiple cameras to control the environment, a sound system with up to 19 speakers, a rotary console which allows you to choose between viewing the 12.3-inch touchscreen, a classic stylus needle or a wooden top; and wireless cellular charger, among a long list of equipment.
It mechanically uses a 6.0 liter W of twelve-cylinder engine with two turbochargers that dispense 635 HP. The exhaust system has valves that control the amount of noise it emits. The box is automatic eight relations of the brand recognized ZF.
Under normal conditions, the traction is rear, but if necessary can send power to the front wheels. In terms of performance, it accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.8 seconds and reaches a top speed of 333 km / h.
In Europe, the brand will begin receiving orders this year from the new Flying Spur, but the units will only be delivered in 2020.