Soon to be unveiled at the 83rd edition of the Geneva Motor Show, the 2014 Bentley Flying Spur is a new symbol of luxury performance. It boasts a nice facelift, with styling elements borrowed from the Continental GT and the Muslanne. Some of its new design features include a vertically directed grille, new LED daylights, and a number of aluminum body parts for reduced weight, including the hood and the ventilated front fenders.The 19- and 20-inch alloy wheels are also new, and so are the polymer composites in the trunk lid.
The interior has received a really extensive upgrade, being equipped with a new infotainment system which includes an 8-inch display. For the rear passengers, Bentley introduced wireless headphones, two 10-inch displays, and a Touch Screen Remote that can be deployed from the center console by pushing a button, and which permits easy control over seats adjustments, climate specs, and other functions. A bit of extra luxury is given by the leather upholstery, wood trims, and 7 different veneer options.
Powering the new Bentley will be a 625 hp twin-turbo 6.0-liter W12 engine with 590 lb-ft of torque. The power reaches all four wheels via an 8-speed automatic transmission, enabling the 4-door sedan to complete the 0-62 mph sprint in 4.6 seconds before reaching its 200 mph maximum speed. For extra money, customers can also get the Mulliner Driving Specification package, which includes 21-inch alloys with five spokes, alloy pedals, knurled gear lever, jewel filler cap, and diamond quilted seats.