British Raj is long gone, but its effect on automotive lovers is here to stay. The Britain’s famous black TX4 (London Taxi) and Bentley Flying Spur made an exotic appearance in Delhi garage.
The TX4 is a purpose-built taxicab (hackney carriage) manufactured by The London Taxi Company, a subsidiary of Geely Automobile of China. From 2007 until their liquidation in 2013 it was manufactured by LTI. It is the latest in a long line of purpose-built taxis produced by The London Taxi Company and various predecessor entities. The design has evolved via several mutations from the Austin FX3 of the 1950s. TX4’s immediate predecessor is the TXII.
Bentley Flying Spur brings every element of Bentley’s extraordinary DNA together in perfect, seamless balance. Effortless performance, sculpted design and masterful technology combine to create a luxury grand tourer that is as graceful as it is commanding, as dynamic as it is poised.
In every astounding detail, across every carefully crafted surface, is an elegance and sophistication that elevates your journey and inspires further exploration. So whether you are the driver or the driven, step in. This is the definitive four-door grand tourer. And it was made for you.
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