That the next Flying Spur will be Bentley’s final model before the Crewe company reinvents itself for a new era of electrification is timely.

Next year will be Bentley’s centenary and a suitable occasion to raise the luxury game in a new epoch, one led by its first electric model.

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Bentley says that since its launch in 1919, it has been in “relentless pursuit of both luxury and performance”.

Not only can an electric-powered car meet those goals in modern times, but a near-silent, yet potent, system of electric motors is even likely to exceed any former benchmarks for refinement.

Little wonder that not only Bentley but also Rolls-Royce and Aston Martin are striving to lead the way on electrification in the super-luxury car segment. 

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