All Flying Spur Hybrid models are powered by a 2.9-liter V6 plug-in hybrid engine that makes 536 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque for all four wheels. The range includes the base model, sporty S, serene Azure, limited-run Odyssean Edition, and top-end Mulliner.
Even in base specification, the Flying Spur Hybrid is generously equipped. Standard features include 20-inch alloy wheels, air suspension, rear-axle steering, automatic LED headlights, push-button start, cruise control, soft-close doors, and four-zone climate control. You also get a refrigerated glove box, rear window blinds, heated, ventilated, and massage-capable front seats, heated armrests, and power adjustment on both front perches. A 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen is standard, and a ten-speaker sound system does duty. Safety is taken care of through city assist, traffic-sign recognition, front and rear park distance control, pedestrian detection, a top-view camera, and rear cross-traffic alert.
Moving up to the S adds a variety of gloss-black exterior trim, black 21-inch alloys, and red brake calipers, while the Azure runs on model-specific 21-inch alloys. Its focus is on comfort in the cabin and this includes 22-way adjustable front seats, adaptive cruise control, lane assist, traffic assist, and a head-up display. Bentley's active anti-roll control system enhances ride comfort on this specification, too. The Odyssean Edition gets some of these goodies, but there are only a few of them in production. It focuses on natural tones and sustainable materials and gets unique 21-inch wheels. Lastly, the Mulliner comes with all the bells and whistles, including the Blackline Specification, signature matrix wing vents, and trim-specific 22-inch wheels.