Bentley Flying Spur gets more refined with Black Edition

Bentley has unveiled the Flying Spur Black Edition for high-end customers seeking a luxury performance saloon with a more dynamic aesthetic. The Bentley Flying Spur V8 S Black Edition comes with a suite of striking exterior and interior features, created by the British brand’s designers to reflect the car’s sporting character.

In looks, the Flying Spur Black edition takes up an obvious Black gloss brightware, dark tint lights, gloss black window surrounds and door mirrors, as well as new wheels provide a more dynamic, contemporary commentary for the mighty power output of the V8 S engine. Furthermore, the headlights and rear lights have a distinctive dark tint and black bezels, while the radiator and window surrounds, headlight washer caps and door-handle inserts are styled in a striking black gloss finish. Completing the black edition package are bespoke alloy wheel design, in the form of a 21-inch seven-spoke Elegant pattern in a striking gloss black finish. Customers have the choice of black or red painted brake calipers, to complete the sporting enhancements.

Moving Inside, a unique colur split, with striking new accents, is available to customers, while a three-spoke Sport Plus steering wheel and Piano Black veneer comes as standard. The unique interior is dominated by a single tone with bold, contrasting stripes of stitched leather hide that frame the four seats’ center panels, running up and round the headrests. The same accent color is matched by the contrasting headliner bow that runs through the centre of the roof. Additionally, the Flying Spur V8 S Black Edition has Piano Black veneer as standard. It has contrast stitching to complete the bold, sporting appeal of the interior.

When commissioned with the Mulliner Driving Specification, the Flying Spur V8 S Black Edition comes with diamond-quilted hides in the seat and door panels, with contrast stitching for a more contemporary visual tone. Of course, should customers wish for a different aesthetic, the interior can be specified with a full range of interior colors and color splits. The Mulliner Driving spec offers additional choice of two 21-inch five-spoke Directional Sports wheel finishes in gloss black or dark tint.

Tuned for more power, the 4.0-liter V8 engine delivers 521 bhp and 680 Nm, which propels the Flying Spur to 100 km/h in 4.9 seconds, and on to a top speed of 306 km/h. This power is delivered to the road via an all-wheel-drive system with a 40:60 rear-biased torque split for a sure-footed, engaging drive in all road and weather conditions.

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