It would be unlike anything on the road.
The all-new Bentley Flying Spur is a handsome luxury car and it should bring some attention back to the mostly forgotten nameplate. We'd call the styling more evolutionary than revolutionary but there's no denying it is a major improvement over the outgoing car. So how could Bentley ever make it any better? By turning it into a wagon, of course.
Custom coachbuilders have had their fun turning Bentley models into wagons in the past and there has been no shortage of renderings depicting what a modern Bentley wagon could look like. Because Bentley already has the Bentayga, we see no reason why the company would ever build a wagon version of the Flying Spur but that hasn't stopped rendering artist X-Tomi Design from penning one anyway.
We didn't think the Flying Spur could get any prettier but this wagon variant is just crying for a production version. The elongated roof flows seamlessly, pairing nicely with the Flying Spur's elegant rear haunches. X-Tomi has only rendered a front view of the car but we can only assume the rear end styling would be equally jaw-dropping. If a coachbuilder came along to actually build this, it would be unlike any other vehicle on the market.
The Flying Spur is powered by Bentley's 6.0-liter twin-turbo W12 producing 626 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque, enabling a 0-60 time of just 3.8 seconds and a top speed of 207 mph. We assume the wagon would be slower due to its extra weight but we'd gladly sacrifice speed for looks and practicality.
Bentley's interior is already top notch but the addition of a wagon body style would make the Flying Spur even more practical. Imagine being able to take a road trip with the entire family and all of their perfectly matched luggage in the back. Of course, the Bentayga can to this as well but it doesn't look as beautiful as this amazing Flying Spur Wagon.