New Destinations for 2012 Bentley Continental Flying Spur

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A range of 14 Continental Flying Spur ‘Series 51’ design options unveiled

Advanced and intuitive touchscreen infotainment technology introduced on all Continental Flying Spur and Supersports models

(Crewe, England. 11 November, 2010) The Continental Flying Spur and its sporting stablemate the 200mph (322km/h) Flying Spur Speed are the most successful four-door Grand Tourers in Bentley’s history and among the best-selling ultra-luxury saloons in the world. Since its launch, the Flying Spur has achieved extraordinary sales success across the globe in traditional markets like the USA, the Middle East and UK as well as emerging luxury markets such as China and Russia.

Maybach Reveals Updated Range for 2011 at Paris Motor Show

Maybach at Paris Motor Show Maybach at Paris Motor Show At the Paris Motor Show, Maybach unveil its high-end luxury saloons with added sparkle and with significantly extended high-class equipment and individualisation options. For 2011 year, the Maybach 57, 57S, 62 and 62S feature a handful of cosmetic, mechanical and interior equipment upgrades. The exterior benefits from a new grille (now different between the standard and S models), hood, tail lights and door mirrors, which, in addition to refreshing the limo’s looks, also reduces wind noise for a quieter ride. Underneath the new hood, meanwhile, Daimler has optimized the V12 engine for marginally reduced emissions and fuel consumption, and while the standard engine stays pegged at 542 horsepower, the S version gets an 18-horse boost to 630.

Maybach Luxury Eyewear Collection Will Surely Meet all Your Luxurious Needs

There’s slow-selling and then there’s Maybach. Moving a paltry 200 cars from its factories last year, the Maybach brand is still failing to achieve the reach and appeal of the established classic ultra-luxury brands Bentley and Rolls-Royce. The truth remains that Maybach’s sales are far below capacity, as the company’s assembly plant in Germany has the capability to churn out up to 2,000 vehicles per year, but bosses at Maybach’s parent company Daimler are determined to keep the brand alive.
Maybach Luxury Eyewear Collection Maybach Luxury Eyewear Collection Fortunately, Maybach has found a new way to earn cash. Luxury carmaker is now offering lifestyle accessories for its clients. Here comes Maybach’s line of luxury eyewear.