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Bentley Opens A New Dealership In Oslo With A Flying Spur Hybrid Front And Center

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Norway’s capital city is now graced with the presence of one of the automotive world’s greatest luxury brands.

A new Bentley dealership has officially opened its doors in Oslo, Norway, and Bentley’s presence in the Scandinavian country is something that the brand says aligns with its Beyond100 strategy, as Norway, like Bentley, has prioritized environmental sustainability and the move towards electrification in the automotive world. Christian Gottschalk, the Dealer Principal of Bentley Oslo says that the Beyond100 strategy is important to the Norwegian market and that both Bentley and its Norwegian customers are excited to see the acceleration of the brand’s progress towards electrification.

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This was made clear at the grand opening celebration for Bentley Oslo, as the start of the show was a Bentley Flying Spur Hybrid, the second Bentley model to be electrified and currently the most efficient and economic Bentley ever, in Patina with a Beluga interior. With the same performance capability as the V8 and W12 engines available, the hybrid offers uncompromised luxury, performance, and efficiency. Other cars shown at the opening were a Bentyaga Hybrid and the S1 Continental Flying Spur from 1958, the first bespoke four-door Continental that inspired the look of today’s Flying Spur sedan. With a big opening celebration, Norway’s Bentley fans can look forward to a luxurious and innovative future with the brand right at their doorstep.


Source: Bentley


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