Bentley, the renowned luxury carmaker, has officially unveiled its Flying Spur Hybrid in the Indian market, priced at a staggering Rs 5.25 crore (ex-showroom).
This marks a significant expansion of Bentley’s offerings in India, as the ultra-luxury sedan was previously available with V8 and W12 engines.
A Green Shift for Bentley’s Flagship Sedan
Breaking away from tradition, Bentley has introduced a plug-in hybrid powertrain for its flagship sedan, the Flying Spur. This eco-friendly move aligns with the growing demand for sustainable luxury vehicles in India.
Exclusive Motors to Steer the Sales
Exclusive Motors, the distinguished distributor of Bentley in India, will exclusively handle the sales of the Flying Spur Hybrid. This strategic partnership ensures that Bentley enthusiasts in India receive top-notch service and access to the latest offerings.
Bentley enthusiasts will have a multitude of options for personalizing their Flying Spur Hybrid, including over 60 exterior color choices and a wide array of interior customizations.
Aesthetic Marvel with Cutting-Edge Features
The Flying Spur Hybrid boasts an array of visual highlights.
It includes a matrix grille with a dark tint, circular LED headlights, crystal-like DRL (Daytime Running Lights), 10-spoke 22-inch alloy wheels, and distinctive squared-out LED taillights.
Its interior is equally impressive, featuring a 12.3-inch infotainment system, a 21-channel sound system, panoramic sunroof, and customizable multi-color ambient lighting.
Under the hood, the Flying Spur Hybrid houses a 2.9-liter turbocharged petrol engine paired with an 18 kWh battery.
This power duo generates an impressive 410 bhp at 5500-6500 rpm and 550 Nm at 2000-5000 rpm.
When the electric motor comes into play, the plug-in hybrid powertrain churns out a remarkable 536 bhp and 750 Nm.
In terms of performance, the Flying Spur Hybrid can sprint from 0-100 kmph in just 4.3 seconds and boasts a top speed of 285 kmph.
Notably, it is the most fuel-efficient Bentley model ever, with an estimated range of 800 kilometers, making it a milestone in the luxury carmaker’s history.