Bentley debuts the limited edition Continental Flying Star station wagon at Geneva Auto Show

Bentley fans visiting the Geneva Auto Show were in for a treat as the famous automaker unveiled yet another stunning beauty at this car expo. The Bentley beauty making her debut at this show was a two-door station wagon or “shooting brake” model christened the Continental Flying Star. Built by Italian coachwork firm Touring Superleggera, this special edition creation is one breathtaking beauty. Based on either the Bentley Continental GTC with a 560 hp twin-turbo 6.0-liter W12 engine or the GTC Speed with a 610 hp engine, only 20 examples will be built a base price of about $800,000 each. Living up to its conferred titles “shooting brake” (for the ignorant few, this term originated with custom-built two-door luxury estate cars altered for use by hunters and other sportsmen who require larger storage space), the car boasts of a spacious new compartment that features two foldable rear seats and variable loading space.

A must-have beauty for every Bentley enthusiast, this special edition creation is truly a class apart.

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