This Bentley Spur Hybrid launched a limited edition model, including many special features developed from the EXP 100 concept car, designed to demonstrate the brand’s commitment to new sustainable materials.
- 300 units will be produced
- Use of materials from the EXP 100 GT concept
- The 2.9-liter hybrid V6 engine brings the total power to 543 horsepower
- Pure electric vehicle endurance 40km
Bentley Flying Spur Hybrid Odyssey: What is it?
The recently released four-door luxury station wagon version follows Timothy Hybrid, as the company’s second plug-in model, is a key step for Crewe to become a pure electric vehicle brand in 2030, which is part of its strategy to exceed 100.Plug-in version Continental GT Following the Flying Spur hybrid at some stage, Bentley is also developing its first customized electric car, which is expected to be launched around 2025.
The new Flying Spur Hybrid Odyssey is limited to about 300 vehicles and will be effectively used as the first version of the new model.
Bentley Flying Spur Hybrid Odyssey Edition: Engine and Performance
Under the hood, the Flying Spur Hybrid is equipped with a 2.9-liter twin-turbocharged gasoline V6, paired with a 136-horsepower electric motor, with a total output of 543 horsepower and 750 Nm. This means that the time from 0-100kph is 4.1 seconds and the top speed is 285kph. The Flying Spur PHEV can also achieve a pure electric cruising range of about 40 kilometers.
Bentley Flying Spur Hybrid Odyssey: Interior
The significant difference of the Odyssean Edition is reflected in the interior of the car, which uses a large number of new sustainable materials, many of which appear in the interior for the first time Experience value 100 GT Produced in 2019 for the 100th anniversary of the brand. This concept is designed to show the future of Bentley as an electric and sustainable brand, and the materials used in the Odyssey edition are designed to show early steps to achieve this goal.
These materials include tweed decorations made of British wool, which have been replaced with Bentley custom yarns. This is the first time the fabric has been used in the production of vehicles, demonstrating the company’s efforts to use sustainable wool more widely. The instrument panel uses an open-hole Koa wood veneer. Compared with the traditional high-gloss veneer, the amount of paint used on this veneer is reduced by 90%. Wood is sustainably sourced, and Bentley says that for every tree that is cut, it will plant three trees.
The interior will be made of a special new leather called Autumn, with five designs to choose from. Bentley claims that the use of leather in the Odyssean Edition is part of the company’s efforts to prove its sustainable and ethical sourcing. The seat also adopts a new embroidery style, stringing multiple colors together to highlight the diamond stitch pattern in the seat.
Bentley Flying Spur Hybrid Odyssey: exterior design
Exterior details include 21-inch wheels, bumpers, lighting and side chrome elements, in the new Pale Brodgar color, and the recommended six colors are available-although buyers can choose a firm offer from any other paint.
The Odyssean Edition also comes standard with Bentley’s Touring Specification driver assistance system, as well as a retractable and illuminated “Flying B” hood mascot, LED puddle lights and Bentley’s rotating console display.
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