Bentley are set to release a new Flying Spur Grand Touring Sedan on the 11th of June 2019. This will tie in with the celebration of the brand’s centennial.
The car will depart from convention slightly. One feature that we’ve not seen on Bentleys is all-wheel steering. This piece of technology was first popularised on Japanese cars like the Honda Prelude, Subaru SVX, Nissan Skyline R34 and more. As of late, all-wheel steering has made a resurgence in ultra-luxury performance cars like the Mercedes-AMG GT C and Porsche 911 GT3.
It’s only fitting that the new Flying Spur gets the technology as well.
Besides all-wheel steering, Bentley are also giving this Flying Spur their latest all-wheel drive technology as well as Bentley Dynamic Ride.