Bentley Teases its New Flying Spur


Bentley's upcoming sedan will be powered by a new twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 that'll produce 500 horsepower.

After seeing plenty of spy shots showing the prototype out testing, the new 2014 Bentley Flying Spur sedan will have its online reveal on February 20th and its live debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March. To get the momentum going for the event, Bentley has just released this brief teaser image and video of the car. The outgoing model is called the Continental Flying Spur and the reason for the simple name change is because Bentley wants to differentiate it from the two-door versions, the Continental GT and GTC.

In other words, the new naming scheme will be less confusing. Like the coupe and convertible, the Flying Spur sedan will feature a more sculpted and aerodynamic body but it won't be mistaken for anything other than a Bentley.

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The interior will undoubtedly be as luxurious as ever. Also like the two-doors, the Flying Spur will likely be powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 that can produce up to 500 horsepower and 487 lb-ft of torque. It'll be mated to an eight-speed transmission sending power to all four wheels. More details to come as we get closer to Geneva.

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