Mansory has been really looking forward to it lately. One by one, they lured expensive cars into the garage to send them back into the world with new carbon fiber and a striking interior. The latest creation is this Mansory Bentley Flying Spur. Does he recover from it? Meh, maybe one or two individual parts would look nice, but the full catalog might be a bit much.
The exterior is complete murdered out – a cool term to say that everything is done in black. Even the wheel nuts and the figurine on the nose are black. The brake discs will be carbon ceramic, which are (and remain, especially) a bit darker than regular brake discs. The bumpers are new, Mansory mounts a small spoiler and the 22-inchers are also fresh. The sports steering wheel also seems to be different.
The Mansory Bentley Flying Spur also gets an upgrade under the hood. The 6.0-liter V12 with 635 hp was no big deal, but Mansory makes it 710 hp for convenience. The torque increases to 1,000 Nm. The new top speed is 340 km/h, which is 7 km/h faster than before. The 0-100 time decreases by 0.2 seconds to 3.6 seconds. You’ll just need it in your big sedan.
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