Since Daimler decided to discontinue Maybach in 2013, bringing this brand together with Mercedes, the world is left with only two true super luxury car brands, both from England, Rolls-Royce and Bentley.

Compared to Rolls-Royce, its compatriot Bentley is less noisy when it comes to power.

Bentley Flying Spur Hybrid in Singapore.

Bentley Flying Spur Hybrid - quiet power

Overwhelmed is the feeling when you first sit in the driver’s seat of the Flying Spur, especially when traveling on the streets of Singapore.

Take the 5.3 m long sedan out of the parking space and you will experience driving an American-style long truck.

Things are even more difficult if you take your car to coastal roads.

Regulated traffic in Singapore will help drivers not take too much time to get used to the car.

Hybrid on Flying Spur is plug-in, meaning it can be charged externally.

The quietness of the super luxury line can make the driver feel stuffy.

Bentley Flying Spur Hybrid - quiet power

Bentley Flying Spur Hybrid interior.

The task of communicating with street space is now only through the eyes.

On the 6-lane wide road near the airport, the plane right overhead slowly entered the frame of the windshield, like watching a movie with the sound cut off.

The 2.9 liter V6 engine block combined with an electric motor produces 536 horsepower and 750 Nm.

But not.

And you should also take your time, to relax your back from the massage mode in a chair that can still fit a 1.8 m tall person sitting.

Bentley Flying Spur Hybrid - quiet power

Flying Spur can charge like an electric car.

Also on this sedan priced from 17 billion VND, there are things that will make a technology-loving Gen Z pout in protest.

Like Bentley, like British super luxury cars, there are values that people who like it call it traditional, people who don’t like it call it conservative.

But the 17 billion VND car for the standard version doesn’t mention safety.

Deeply hidden values, sometimes it is not necessary to say much.