Bentley Motors Adds The Flying Spur To Its New Range of Hybrids

by | Jul 9, 2021 | LIFESTYLE, LUXURY, WHEELS | 0 comments

Bentley Motors has officially introduced the latest addition to its new hybrid range of sedans, the Flying Spur Hybrid, built on the success of the third generation of models of the same name. The Flying Spur Hybrid boasts subtle visual differences to its exterior including a ‘Hybrid’ front fender badge, quad oval tailpipes and a covered universal charging point on the left hand rear fender.

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The interior of the Flying Spur Hybrid is a striking combination of the very latest integrated technology, beautiful materials and design prowess, now combined with a dedicated button that allows for control over the three E Modes – EV Drive, Hybrid Mode and Hold Mode. These will enable the driver to manually manage battery usage during a journey – though this can also be managed automatically by the car.

Stylish and unique, the interior features supremely comfortable seats in five hide colours, with Bentley’s ‘Wing’ theme across the lower console and fascia. For additional choice, the Colour Specification option adds 10 further hide colours and two duo-tone interior configurations.

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The Flying Spur Hybrid has seven Bentley paint colours to choose from as standard, and customers can also request for their vehicle to include additional extended paint range of over 60 colours, including the Blackline Specification which offers a contemporary alternative to exterior brightware and a black version of the optional illuminated electrically deployed Flying B radiator mascot, and for a more contemporary exterior aesthetic.

The choice of optional wheels includes the 22” Mulliner Driving Specification wheel in three different finishes, a 21” wheel in Polished or Grey Painted and Bright machined or the standard 20” wheel.

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Pre-orders will be open from summer onwards with the first customer deliveries due before the end of 2021.

Source: Bentley Motors