Tech also comes standard as the Flying Spur is one intelligent limo. The central 12.3-inch display can rotate, just like its Continental GT sibling, and offers drivers a host of Driver Assistance Systems, including, Traffic Assist adaptive cruise control, City Assist, Blind Spot Warning, Night Vision, Head-Up Display, Top View Cameras, Rear Traffic Alert and Self-Parking. Audiophiles can also rejoice as Bentley offers three distinct systems. The standard audio system is a 650-watt, 10-speaker system that most wouldn’t shake a stick at. However, standard isn’t really the company’s repertoire. By dropping what will most likely be a flaming pile of cash onto Bentley’s doorstep will either get you a 1,500-watt, 16-speaker Bang & Olufsen system with illuminated speaker grilles, or a 2,200-watt, 19-speaker system from Naim.
“As with the launch of the Continental GT, the new Flying Spur is a ground-up development that pushes the boundaries of both technology and craftsmanship to deliver segment-defining levels of performance and refinement,” said Adrian Hallmark, Chairman and Chief Executive of Bentley Motors. The all-new Flying Spur can be ordered later this year, with customer deliveries beginning in early 2020. Pricing hasn’t been announced, but given the previous generations six-figure price tag, the newest Flying Spur isn’t going to be cheap.
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