Bentley Flying Spur Pops Up Early


First official images of the 2014 Bentley Flying Spur surface online a day ahead of its scheduled reveal.

The new 2014Flying Spur is being hotly tipped to be revealed tomorrow. And given that theseleaked images will soon be making their way across cyberspace, we are fullyexpecting Bentley to give the new ultra-luxury sedan its online reveal withinthe next 24 hours. As wepreviously surmised from spy shots and a pair of official teaser videos fromthe British marque, the Flying Spur - which drops the Continental moniker inorder to distinguish itself from its two-door siblings - has adopted the samestyling updates that were made to the new Continental family.

There’s a revised front fascia with a more upright grille, the taillights are now positioned horizontally, the door handles have been lowered and the mirrors restyled. The roofline has also been smoothed out, which coupled with a more sculpted body makes for a sportier silhouette. The interior is typically lush, with the appointment of high-quality materials and a new infotainment system. Like the Continental GT and GTC, the Flying Spur will likely be offered with a 500-horsepower twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 and 625hp 6.0-liter W12. Look out for the full skinny tomorrow and the car’s live debut at the Geneva Motor Show early next month.

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