Bentley Continental Flying Spur Series 51 (2012) [Reviews]

Bentley Series 51 is the most popular design. This allows customers and Continental Flying Spur and Flying Spur Speed ​​subscribe to the "off the peg" from a wide range of innovative and good combinations of colors and created by engineers to cut the seat of Bentley in Crewe, England, as Dirk van Braeckel, Bentley's Director of Planning comments:

"Series 51 design is inspired by the life style of the opening of Bentley Crewe Department established a talent, John Blatchley, who shaped the original and iconic 1950 Bentley Continental. Today, it offers a subscription service almost customized, many thousands of configurations Bentley available in the range of color and the cut. "

First offered in the Continental GT and GTC in 2009, the color of Bentley and the team has now created than14 cut at least unique scenery for 51 Continental Flying Spur and Flying Spur Speed, which allows customers customize their cars to their personal tastes June Melinda Jenkins, color and trim manager, says:

"Each set of 51 Flying Spur is instantly recognizable - especially in the body - in which the color and cut, the team created a wide range of three interior colors to show the full potential of the company's extensive color palette."
51 for the series develops, manages the team to a Bentley-style "rule of three" approach to creating complex, but to harmonize the colors of the depth and beauty, inspired by simple choice of a customer enters three contrasting colors. With luxurious leather hide and wood veneer on the main screen, start and finish color specialists with a main interior color (usually darker) and select another color insert to provide a striking contrast. an essential skill is to identify the third accent color stitching and piping.

The selection of the veneers of wood or aluminum panels for the dashboard is complete the overall look and provides a contrast even greater if the customer desires.

Bentley has reserved a limited edition Sapelli veneer Pomellen (which gives a rare disease, the natural wood padded) for Series 51 Flying Spur and a number of additional options, including Bentley leather-trimmed cushions for children and the rear seats can also be specified to complement the unique design.

While the 14 options for the Series 51 Flying Spur give customers the option of selecting some of the work of Bentley's most striking design, color and finishing equipment is also more than happy to create designs even more personalized , knowing that they only showed a fraction of the possibilities offered by Melinda June Jenkins says:

"One of the most exciting series of 51 drawings to customer feedback to Bentley and their desire to continue to investigate what we can offer. Series 51 provides only a starting point, and we are now creating designs that make a stronger and more personal. "

Impressive series of Series 51-tone paint options
The same imaginative use of color extends to the body of all 51 Continental Flying Spurs series. A series of amazing John Blatchley inspired two-tone paint options, with an accent color scanning of the hood, roof and trunk of the tree can be specified.

Paint range includes fresh and crisp tones with rich tones and fiery and everything by color and trim Bentley team recommend one of three interior colors selected to complement and illuminate the relationship between interior and exterior.

Bentley has also created a unique series of 51 graphite-finished nine spoke wheels of 19 inch alloy sport, and two wing badges Series 51, located behind the front wheel arches complete the look appropriate.
As a key still sporting the latest Continental Flying Spurs, including 51 series models now indicated by distinctive blue brake calipers and front fender vents style by the head of the Bentley design Raul Pires outside. These valves thin, located behind the front wheel arches, is inserted into a wing panel and a single smoothed mesh black or chrome finish.

Advanced and intuitive touch-screen infotainment

All 2012 model year Bentley Continental Flying Spur and Super Sport Coupe and Convertible now feature a new highly advanced touch screen that provides maps infotainment rich imagery and a 30 GB hard drive built.

8-inch screen car audio system, telephone, guide and comfort options and the latest navigation system, which uses the car as hard drive and a DVD player to use the information path. It makes use of dynamic navigation to avoid the heavy traffic in some places, looking for items with a geo-tagged photos on the SD card and is a Google Maps compatible with most of the market.

The infotainment system with 7-digit postal entry, touch controls, and combines classic Bentley knurled rotary switches for ease of use provide immediate and clear comments. The graphical interface of the screen has been specified by the Bentley design team to ensure your graphics inside are quite consistent with the classic, handcrafted interior. The "striated" changes the display, for example, are "virtual" eco striated texture like a jewel rotary switches below.

The last Continental Flying Spur and Super Sport models also benefit from the connectivity of phone and music player, digital television (if possible) and playback of DVD movies. Music can be played and controlled directly from an iPod and a six-CD player, SD card or directly from the hard drive from the hard drive that can store up to 15 GB of music.
The new entertainment system is complemented by a panel of new driver information (DPI), located in the main panel. The new widescreen TFT DIP uses enhanced graphics and technology provide the driver with clear and easily accessible to a wide range of vehicle systems. These include the establishment of a lighthouse "come home" controls, door locks and mirror functions while providing a number of features significantly improved the correspondence control of the media Bluetooth phone connectivity.

2012 years The new Continental Flying Spur, Flying Spur and speed of the series 51 design options, the coupe and convertible Supersport 2012 on sale from March 2011.

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