We suppose the V8 should be referred to as the “base” Flying Spur, but it doesn’t feel like that. It has the same specification level, minus the extra power, and with 20-inch alloys, not 21s. The V8 may not deliver as much power, but it provides it more satisfactorily. With a lighter front end, the Flying Spur is keener to turn in. Not to mention the raspy soundtrack, which adds another dynamic to an already impressive package. If you like to be entertained behind the wheel, the V8 is the one to go for - it takes away a little bit but gives you a lot more. Thanks to superior build quality and a generous amount of luxury features, it feels anything but base. An all-leather interior, four-zone climate control, heating and ventilation to the seats, and a 12.3-inch infotainment setup are standard. Driver aids include city assist, pedestrian warning, traffic sign recognition, blind-spot warning, and reverse traffic warning.
head-up display, night vision, Bentley safeguard plus and lane assist, Adaptive Cruise Control *PRICE TO FOLLOW*