It's now an elegant supercar for anyone with money.
Bentley's aren't flashy, fast vehicles that are associated with supercars. They're known for being opulent grand-touring vehicles that are the go-to option for people that just struck it rich. In other words, Bentleys are for rich athletes. At the Frankfurt Motor Show, Mansory revealed its updates for the Bentley Flying Spur and the vehicle is so much more than an athlete's mandatory vehicle. Its is now an elegant vehicle with the performance of a supercar. Power has been increased to 900 hp and an electronically limited 811 lb-ft of torque.
This drops the zero to 62 mph time to 3.6 seconds and raises the top speed to 211 mph. Mansory also went to work on the Flying Spur's front fascia and modified it with a bespoke carbon fiber hood, a gloss black front grille, LED daytime running lights and fog lights, along with revised air intakes. The vehicle's ride height has also been lowered and the vehicle sits on new forged wheels. On the inside there's Mansory's own hand-crafted leather, aluminum pedals and aluminum door sills.