Tuesday, July 27, 2021
News Bentley unveils the 2020 Flying Spur First Edition

Bentley unveils the 2020 Flying Spur First Edition

Bentley revealed the Flying Spur First Edition at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Gala. The Grand Tourer is limited to just 12 months of production.

For the average person, exclusivity comes at a price. But for Bentley‘s customers, it’s clearly priceless. For the all-new Flying Spur, Bentley unveils a special edition, and as with all special editions at this English manufacturer, it’s the subtlety in the details that prevails. In addition to these minute details that give a unique touch, the Flying Spur First Edition includes a host of equipment normally offered as an option on the normal car.

Physically, First Edition emblems replace the original emblems, while Union Jack badges (British flag) stamped with the number “1” in the center are affixed to the C pillars. Mulliner-designed 22-inch wheels fit this big, plush sedan, while Bentley’s iconic Flying B figure sits at the front, illuminated wings, and ready to burrow into the big grille when the driver locks the doors.

In the cockpit, the panoramic sunroof and ambient lighting are standard, with the possibility of embroidering the emblem Bentley First Edition in the headrests.

The first copy of this First Edition, to be produced for the year 2020 only, was auctioned at the AIDS Foundation’s Midsummer Party Ball hosted by singer-songwriter Elton John, an exclusive celebration held in Cape Town. Antibes in the south of France. She raised 700,000 euros (just over $ 1 million) from the foundation.


2020 Bentley Flying Spur First Edition Photo Gallery

Bentley Flying Spur First Edition | Photo: Bentley

Bentley Flying Spur First Edition | Photo: Bentley

Bentley Flying Spur First Edition | Photo: Bentley

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