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The Bentley Flying Spur features a lively chassis that will thrill the driver, but it was built from the ground up to pamper its passengers. The Bentley flying spur may cost Rs3.20-3.40 crore ex-showroom, but it comes with a lot of advantages, including the ability to turn attention wherever it travels.
 Whether in the front or rear, there's plenty of room for folks to spread out and enjoy the luxurious surroundings. Bentley's interior designers managed to keep the brand's prim and proper image while still incorporating cutting-edge technology. A remote touchscreen controller located on the back of the centre console allows rear-seat passengers to change numerous elements without having to ask the driver for assistance.
 All Flying Spurs come standard with an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, all-wheel drive, and a strong twin- turbocharged engine. The base engine is a 500-horsepower V-8, but we recommend the 635-horsepower W-12 engine.


 With 12 cylinders under the hood, the Flying Spur never lacks power. It can even flash its taillights at numerous top-tier sports cars in a drag race. It takes about 3.5 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour. The V-8 vehicle gets to 100 mph in 3.9 seconds, but the W-12 comes out to be significantly more enjoyable to drive.
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