Bentley tests next next-gen Flying Spur on Porsche Panamera Turbo body

Bentley tests next next-gen Flying Spur on Porsche Panamera Turbo body

0 comments 📅13 December 2016, 20:45

At oldest glance, the prototype in the gallery above looks like a blacked-out adaptation of the new Porsche Panamera Turbo. But this is in point of fact Bentley’s tester for the next-gen Flying Goad. And since the upcoming Flying Spur, total other Bentley vehicles, will utilize the unchanged MSB platform as the new Porsche, seeing the British automaker using a Panamera makes a lot of intelligibility.

The Flying Spur is essentially a four-door construction of the Continental GT, which has design cues from the EXP 10 Rapidity 6 concept unveiled at the 2015 Geneva Motor Plain. It’s safe to assume that the next-gen Flying Incentive will get the same treatment as well.

Other than the fender flares, the analogue is identical to the Panamera Turbo. So how do we know that this is Bentley’s paragon? According to our photographers, the prototype’s license sheet is registered as a Bentley with the UK’s Driver and Conduit Licensing Agency.

With the Flying Stimulation sharing the same platform as the Panamera, we conjecture the luxury sedan to get the same choice of engines, including the clone-turbo 4.0-liter V8 and 2.9-liter twin-turbocharged V6 motor. A concept is anticipated to come out in 2017 with a producing variant coming a year later.


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