Bentley Flying Spur by Mansory packs 900 horsepower

Mansory is showing their new tuning program for the Bentley Flying Spur at the Geneva Motor Show with both visual and performance updates.

The Mansory tuned Flying Spur features new sportier bumpers, a ventilated bonnet, revised side skirts, rear apron, rear spoiler and 22-inch light alloy wheels wrapped with Vredestein tyres.

Finished in a two-tone chrome-brown look, there is plenty of carbon fibre like on all Mansory products.

A bespoke interior with premium leather, exotic wood trim and alloy pedals is also available.

The new rear spoiler is what lets the connoisseur know that on this Bentley, Mansory have raised the performance level.

The standard engine delivers 625 PS (616bhp) and 800Nm of torque, which is pretty impressive, but there is always room for more.

The 6.0-litre W12 with the help of new turbochargers, updated ECU and a new exhaust system right to the tail pipe, raises power all the way to 900 PS (887bhp) and an electronically limited 1,100Nm of torque. With that much power, the Flying Spur needs just 3.6 seconds to accelerate from 0-62mph, while 0-124mph takes only 12.2 seconds. Top speed is up by 12 miles and is now at 211mph.

If that is too much power, then there is another less extreme package available, raising power to 745 PS (735bhp) with torque at 950Nm. 0-62mph comes in 4.0 seconds and 0-124mph in 14 seconds.


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