Introduced at the Geneva Motor Show back in March the Bentley Continental Flying Star showed its face at the 2010 Concorso d’Eleganza near Villa Erba. The touring or wagon of the Bentley Continental GTC is an unique coachbuilding project created by Touring Superleggera.
The Flying Star required modification of a number of external dimensions starting from the car’s A-pillar backwards: extended roof line, a wider section including the doors, new aluminium door skins and a new all-aluminium, electrically operated tailgate. It also includes a completely new rear compartment with two foldable rear seats and a variable loading space.
The twin individual rear seats fold completely to create a flat loading surface more than 2m long with 1200lt capacity. With the rear seats up there is enough space to store four full golfing bags.
For more information on the vehicle read our coverage from Geneva here.