The Bentley Flying Spur is one of the most lavishly appointed models on sale today and it boasts of opulence in an extravagant manner. Well! Bentley is gearing up to take that experience up by a notch with the introduction of the Flying Spur First Edition at the Elton John Foundation Gala on July 24. The Bentley Flying Spur First Edition will be showcased for the first time and the company will auction the first model, the proceeds of which will be donated to the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
The Bentley Flying Spur First Edition is special and is claimed to be a collector's car with a plethora of unique features like a new exterior badge, a Union Jack flag with the numeral 1 in the centre, First Edition embroidery in the headrests and plush-looking tread plates that also sport the Union Jack flag with First Edition printed in the centre.
In addition to all these exclusive features, it also gets all top-class equipment like 22-inch Mulliner alloy wheels, Bentley's rotating display and the three-classic analogue dials. Moreover, other bells and whistles include lane assist, night vision, a head-up display, adaptive cruise control with live traffic assist, configurable mood lighting, a panoramic sunroof and owners also has choices for the dual-tone veener options.
Mechanically, the First Edition will be identical to the standard Flying Spur and will source power from the same 6-litre, twin-turbo , W12 engine that churns out 617 bhp and 820 Nm of peak torque which will be mated to a ZF sourced eight-speed automatic gearbox. It can clock triple-digit speed in 3.7 seconds and has a maximum speed of 333 kmph.