Bentley has introduced the Beluga Specification available exclusively on the Flying Spur V8.

Bentley has introduced the Beluga Specification available exclusively on the Flying Spur V8.

Designed to give the high-end sedan a more “athletic stance and purposeful visual appeal”, the Beluga version comes with bespoke 20-inch black & bright machined alloys, body-colored lower grille bar and a glossy black radiator matrix. Stepping inside the cabin, Bentley has applied lots of piano black veneers, contrast stitching, knurled gear shift paddles and deep pile floor mats and trunk carpet with contrasting leather binding.

The Bentley Flying Spur Beluga can be ordered with the Mulliner Driving Specification and in this case you get six-spoke 21-inch Extrovert wheels, drilled alloy pedals, knurled gear lever, diamond-quilted hides and an indented hide headlining.

Power comes from the familiar V8 4.0-liter twin-turbo engine developing 507 PS (372 kW) which is enough for a 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) run in 5.2 seconds and according to Bentley it will be able to cover 500 miles (804 km) on a single tank of gas.

Already available on order, the Flying Spur Beluga will start reaching customers this fall.

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