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Flying Spur Mulliner

Top Speed

198 MPH


542 BHP


4.0 Sec

Max Torque

568 lb-ft


4.0 litre Flying Spur V8

Bentley Flying Spur Mulliner

The Flying Spur Mulliner sports a vast array of handcrafted Mulliner details, coupled with the inclusion of the finest traditional and technical materials. Yet it is also a Bentley – and that means Bentley performance. A choice of three advanced powertrains offer effortless acceleration and incredible top speeds.


The exterior of the Flying Spur Mulliner combines sleek, taut lines with intricate detailing, including Mulliner wing vents, Mulliner badging and mirror caps painted satin silver.


Inside, Mulliner craftsmanship is on display throughout, from the illuminated treadplates to the car’s silhouette on the Grand Black Veneer fascia and the unique Diamond Milled finish on the centre console.

Engineering and Performance

The hybrid powertrain combines a 100kW electric motor with a 2.9 litre petrol engine, delivering a top speed of 177 mph and propelling you from zero to 60 mph in just 4.1 seconds. The V8 can also accelerate to 60 mph in 4.0 seconds, however its maximum speed is even higher – a thrilling 198 mph*. For the ultimate in performance, however, consider the 6.0 litre W12 engine the car shares with the Continental GT . Pushing the car’s power output into the stratosphere, this configuration will take you from zero to 60 mph in just 3.7 seconds and on to an incredible top speed of 207 mph.

Build a Bespoke Car

You can choose an exterior colour from a palette of standard paints and a huge number of optional colours – or go further and enlist Mulliner to create a bespoke shade, based on a sample you provide. You can even change the chrome detailing black – including the 22” wheels.

Inside, there are eight colourways to choose from, each comprising three different colours. And as alternatives to the standard Grand Black Veneer, there are many more options including high-gloss woods, open-pore woods and technical materials.