Bentley Flying Star Shooting Brake

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Custom coachwork is difficult work. Many companies have done their best to improve on the designs of various carmakers, and most of those attempts have ended in disaster. Not so with the custom coachbuilder Touring Superleggera. They decided to tackle the monumental task of making a new Bentley shooting brake, and they actually managed to pull it off by keeping as much of the Continental's elegant lines as possible.

Since the Flying Star (as it called in shooting brake form) will cost you three times the price of the Continental GTC that it's based on, elegance is the least you should expect of it. Touring Superleggera saying that the custom work takes six months to complete and they expect a high demand. So if you have always wished the Continental had more luggage space and you've got $790,000 burning a hole in your pocket, you'd better place your order soon.

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