For the elite automotive clientele who craves for a performance-oriented luxury saloon with more imposing aesthetics, Bentley Motors presents the new Bentley Flying Spur V8 S Black.

With 520 hp and with 680 Nm of torque extracted from the 4.0-litre V8 engine, the Bentley will spur (pun intended) to 100 km/h from standstill in just 4.6 seconds with a top speed of 306 km/h. Sure to provide Jaguar’s XJR 575 with stiff competition, power is transferred to an all-wheel drive system with 40:60 rear-biased torque for sure-footedness in various driving conditions.

Black gloss brightware, dark tint lights, gloss black window surrounds and door mirrors together with new wheels will provide the dramatic appeal to match the might of the V8 S engine. The headlamp and taillights have received a distinctive dark tint and black bezels while a striking black gloss finish has been applied to the radiator and window surrounds, headlight washer caps and door-handle inserts.

Wheels come in the form of a bespoke 21-inch seven-spoke in striking gloss black finish, one that’s unique to the Flying Spur V8 S Black Edition. Beneath the spokes, a choice of red or black painted calipers will be provided.

Inside, a unique colour split with striking new accents complements the three-spoke Sport Plus steering wheel and its Piano Black veneer. A single tone with bold, contrasting stripes of stitched leather encloses the four seat’s centre panels, running up and round the headrests. Similar colour accents are match by the contrasting headliner bow that runs through the centre of the roof.

True to Bentley’s free-flowing customisable nature, customers can specify the interior with a full range of interior colours and colour splits.

When commissioned with the Mulliner Driving Specification, the Flying Spur V8 S Black Edition comes with diamond-quilted hides on the seat and door panels, with contrast stitching for more contemporary visual appeal.

Externally, Mulliner Driving Specification also comes with the additional choice of two 21-inch five-spoke Directional Sports wheel finishes of either gloss black or dark tint.


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