Two years on from the revealing of the third-generation Continental GT, Bentley is doing the groundwork earlier than presenting to the world its majestically brutal Continental GT with two bonus doorways, in any other case often called the Flying Spur. Thus far, the British producer has solely launched a imprecise teaser picture displaying the automotive’s silhouette, and now we’re seeing its retractable hood decoration intimately. Will the Rolls-Royce Ghost be schooled by the brand new Bentley?
Bentley and Rolls-Royce was two birds of a feather merely a few many years in the past however, since they ended up underneath totally different possession within the early ’00s, Britain’s two prime luxurious manufacturers have arguably taken two totally different routes. Bentley, soaking in all of its sporting credentials and a wealthy motorsport heritage, specialised in brisk sedans and luxurious grand tourers whereas Rolls-Royce determined to remain true to its personal heritage and stored placing out full-size sedans that abounded in lavish supplies and state-of-the-art gear whereas extra lately tapping into the area of interest of limited-edition fashions. The 2 manufacturers are, as such, fairly totally different of their picture now however the upcoming Flying Spur will nonetheless have to fret about no matter Rolls-Royce is doing with the Ghost as a result of, as you recognize, a brand new Ghost is on the best way as nicely.