The new generation of the Bentley Flying Spur has already begun its development, so it is as proved by the spy photos. The manufacturer English luxury walks one of his first mule is hidden under the suit of a stylish Porsche Panamera of the new generation. What a coincidence? For nothing.
The reason is easy. The base of the new Flying Spur is nothing less than the new modular platform MBL-F that was premiered in the above-mentioned Porsche Panamera new generation, a platform that will continue its expansion in the rest of models of high-end luxury belonging to the Volkswagen Group. If we look a little more closely at the mule, we realize that it has bumpers, slightly widened and steps of wheel marked by rivets that manifest a discrepancy between the proportions.
Certain parts of the exterior tells us that this is a mule
To be on the health of our photographers is verified by the data of the enrolment of English origin, whose tab points to Bentley as the owner of the vehicle of the unnoticed tone black and with petrol engine of 4.0 liters. Without a doubt, it is the new 4.0-liter V8 Biturbo Porsche delivering about 550 HP in the Panamera, the successor to the 4.8-liter V8 and possibly a new specific setting for the Flying Spur. In addition we hope also to reach your range the impressive W12 6.0-liter turbo of more than 600 HP that is already using the Bentayga.
, The saloon of Bentley is still in an early stage of their development, however, has always been something like a version of the Bentley Continental GT with a couple of doors added. This is an advantage since the prototypes of the new Continental GT Coupé and Cabrio are currently at more advanced stages that we have revealed that their design had to take notable influence of the prototype EXP 10 Speed 6. This means that as we go about doing a good idea of the design of the new Flying Spur.
The new Flying Spur will share a platform with the Panamera
it is Still early to talk about the launch of this model. However, our experts predict that the prototypes end will appear on our section of spy photos over the next year, in 2017, to continue with their testing processes. About two years later, by 2019, approximately, we will see the end units reaching your customers.