The new-generation 2019 Bentley Flying Spur was spied on with a disguised version of its production body. These photos were copied by a fan of our espionage agency in southern Europe and give a first insight into the general form of the new sedan. However, the details of the production car are well camouflaged by a number of fake body parts on the doors, fenders and boot.
Although the Mule Panamera has not specified how the next generation of the 2019 Bentley Flying Spur would use the latest test cars, camouflage looks like the outgoing model. That does not mean that we have no idea about the exterior design. The next sedan, as well as the current model, will be a four-door version of the Continental GT. And before we tell you that without camouflage, Conti was not shown publicly, we know that the coupe contains many features of the EXP10 Speed 6 concept. And the latest spy photos confirm it.
Our paparazzi were not around to take pictures, but given the Panamera body, there is a possibility that the booth was made of Porsche parts at the time of writing. However, since Continental’s interior was inspired by the EXP10 Speed 6 concepts, the sedan could go the same way. If so, the 2019 Bentley Flying Spur has a sport, but the elegant cabin with a large group of instruments, a housing card that extends right up to the door panels, and maybe even the high center console between the front seats, the latter may include as well the screen to the vertical center. The eye-catching details are everywhere, from two-tone upholstery, contrasting stitching and muted diamond seats. Bentley Flying Spur becomes Bentley and then follows many ridiculous luxury options such as a watch case, sterling silver atomizers, a refrigerator in the back of the main compartment and a set of champagne glasses. They are accompanied by a long list of options from the Mulliner area of the company.
Although the upgraded versions of the new 2019 Bentley Flying Spur are expected to use an updated version of Bentley’s W12 Biturbo 6.0 liter entry-level versions, this version is likely to feature a version of the 480 kW V8 Biturbo 4.0 Porsche. 770 Nm direct injection driven.
Since the production model is ready for use at the end of 2018 or the beginning of 2019, it is certainly too early to talk about prices. However, it is likely that the 2019 Bentley Flying Spur will cost the base model more than $ 200,000, while the W12 version with maximum range will reach at least $ 250,000 for the options.