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OnCarX and the Flying Spur

With so much hullabaloos on the Bentley Flying Spur W12 flying around, OncarX thought it’d be appropriate to check out this work of art and, hopefully, clear the air for all and sundry.

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A drive around the city with Bentley Flying Spur W12 seems to send home a point from the British luxury automaker about what this car is all about: a performance luxury sedan with an engine that’s the most powerful thus far, obviously chosen to run the fastest four-door Bentley ever.

The 6.0-litre, twin turbocharged, 48-valve W12 delivers 616 horsepower at 6,000 rev/min and a staggering 800 Nm of torque from only 2000 rev/min – this means flawless driving; effortless maneuvers.

Now throw is a ZF eight-speed transmission and you get, well, total peace of mind.

No less than Bentley Chairman and Chief Executive, Dr Wolfgang Schreiber put it aptly when he said the Bentley Flying Spur W12 Spur is the “ultimate luxury performance sedan” borne out of tireless effort by the company’s passion-driven engineers to make sure that what rolls out of production is the optimal equilibrium of power, comfort, refinement and hand-crafted quality.

Another noteworthy fact about this car is that it doesn’t run shy of the state-of-the art technology – a must actually in this fast-paced world of connectivity.

And so you have a car that is not only agile but hooked in to the outside world; what’s a bit surreal about this is that its cabin is so acoustically locked in from external noise that you are linked and at the same time isolated from the world. Catch the drift?

Indeed, the Flying Spur, reportedly a choice by those looking to buy new cars for sale in the region, soars higher with the W12.

In case you needed to know, by the way, popular cars for sale in the region covers the entire lot of segments from the ultra-luxury ones to compact sedans – from Rolls-Royces to the Lamborghini, Porsche, Ferrari, Mercedes UAE and so on.

Last modified on Tuesday, 04 November 2014 11:17