Bentley Flying Spur offers luxury in the palm of your hand

By autoX Editorial | on April 10, 2020

The new Bentley Flying Spur comes with a 5-inch HD Touch Screen Remote that lets rear passengers connect to virtually all in-car features.

We all know that Bentley is synonymous to ultra-luxury in the automobile world, so one shouldn’t be really surprised that it has launched an unprecedented feature that's available at your fingertips. We are talking about the new Flying Spur’s Touch Screen Remote for rear passengers. The remote control sports a 5-inch high definition screen, which is intuitive and, as expected has a touch of opulence, as it is finished in polished metal embellished with diamond knurling. The Remote's smartly placed on top of the rear centre console, thanks to the integrated magnets.

 

Flying Spur Remote

 

The Remote is powered by a four-core processor and has a 1GB RAM. With a 1280 x 720-pixel display, Bentley has ensured that the interface is easy to use and intuitive by using integrated sensors, including a three-axis accelerometer and a proximity sensor combine with haptic feedback. To address recharging woes of the Remote, Bentley has packed it with a 3200mAh battery, which ensures it continues to operate even on long journeys.

The Touch Screen Remote gives rear passengers complete access to all in-car features. They can adjust their seats, including seat heating, ventilation, and massage options. They also have full control of air conditioning functions, cabin lighting, and the panoramic sunroof and windows. Alternatively, for a more subdued setting, the Panoramic Sunshade and Rear Window Blinds are just a touch away.

Apart from being able to control the audio system, rear passengers also get access to driver information like speed, journey information, outside temperature, and navigation interface. Even the Flying Spur’s Flying B mascot on the bonnet can be retracted or deployed via the Touch Screen Remote.

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