Robb Report names Bentley in ‘Best of the Best’ categories: Best Sedan and Best Interior

Robb Report names Bentley in ‘Best of the Best’ categories: Best Sedan and Best Interior

  • The most driving-focused version of the luxury performance sedan Flying Spur Speed named as Best Sedan 
  • Bentley Batur by Mulliner launches new design language for Bentley, claims Best Interior 
  • 36th annual Robb Report Awards celebrates outgoing W12 engine and two key areas of Bentley craftsmanship and performance 

(Reston, VA / Crewe, 11 June 2024) Bentley is proud to announce two significant awards from Robb Report ‘Best of the Best’ awards in 2024. This year, the Bentley Flying Spur Speed was named Robb Report's pick for best Sedan, appearing in the Automotive category, for its combination of standout athleticism and impeccable finish. In addition, the Bentley Batur was named Best Interior due to the level of customization, options for sustainable materials, and meticulous attention to detail.    

The Flying Spur Speed is the most driving-focused version of the Flying Spur luxury performance sedan family, completing Bentley’s new portfolio of Grand Tourers. It delivers an improvement of 0.4 secs 0 to 60 mph and an increase in top speed up to 207 mph reaffirming its superior position. With Electronic All Wheel Steering, Torque Vectoring by Brake technology and Bentley Dynamic Ride as standard, the agility matches the performance of the 626 bhp 6.0-litre twin turbocharged W12 engine.    

“We are honoured that our iconic, powerful engine has been recognized by Robb Report, complementing the two core pillars to our brand in the performance of the Flying Spur Speed and craftsmanship of the Batur,” said CEO and President of Bentley Americas, Mike Rocco. “We look forward to continuing the relationship and sharing the brand with such esteemed colleagues and vibrant categories as we move into hybridization.”

The Bentley Batur signifies the start of a design revolution at Bentley – a new two-door grand touring coupé limited to just 18 series examples. The latest project by Bentley’s in-house bespoke and coachbuilding division, Mulliner, is a showcase of new design DNA that will ultimately guide the design of Bentley’s future range of Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs).     

With a 750 PS version of the iconic, hand-assembled 6.0-litre twin-turbocharged W12 engine, the Batur is the most powerful Bentley yet. Mulliner’s in-house design team will co-create every Batur with its customer, working together for several hours through a specially-created Mulliner visualiser that allows any part of the car to be customised in colour and surface finish. Endless samples of unique materials, such as 3D printed solid gold, bring texture to the process, and the resulting designs will be truly individual and created by the customer – limited only by their imagination.    

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[All vehicles in release: WLTP drive cycle: fuel consumption, mpg (l/100km) – Combined 22.2-23.3 (12.7-12.1). Combined CO₂ – 275-288g/km.]



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