Bentley 1958

Type S Saloon
Continental

Bentley Continental chassis continue without material changes. Air conditioning an electrically operated windows were introduced as an option on all Bentley cars. The engine is a 4887-cc six-cylinder with 8.0:1 compression ratio, good for a maximum speed of 120 mph.

Bentley Flying Spur, a six-light four-door sports saloon built by H. J. Mulliner on the Continental chassis, is similar in appearance to the two-door Continental but had a step at the rear window, instead of the sweep of the tail line. Although both cars have the same overall height, the Flying Spur have more headroom for rear seat passengers and greater luggage space.

type S

Saloon


Bentley S Saloon


Bentley S Saloon


Bentley S Saloon

Continental

Mulliner
Sports Saloon
Drophead Coupé
Flying Spur Saloon - new model
Park Ward
Sports Saloon
Drophead Coupé


Drophead Coupé by Mulliner


Continental Sports Saloon by Mulliner


Continental Flying Spur Saloon Mulliner


Continental Drophead Coupé Park Ward


Continental two-door model with coachwork by Park Ward & Co. The rear seat could be hinged upwards; in conjunction with a concealed valance extension this give additional luggage space.