When it comes to naming conventions, Bentley didn’t actually mean that their new Flying Spur can fly. Bentley’s new 2020 Flying Spur is a four-door sedan that tops out at over 200 miles per hour. That top speed comes courtesy of a 626 horsepower turbocharged 12-cylinder engine. The Flying Spur hits 60 miles per hour from 0 in just 3.7 seconds, and reaches a top speed of 207 miles per hour. According to Road & Track, the Flying Spur is the fastest production sedan (BMW’s Alpina B7 comes in second with a top speed of 205 miles per hour).
This is the first ground-up redesign of the Flying Spur since 2005. Using the same MSB platform as the Continental GT and the Porsche Panamera, the Flying Spur comes replete with new tech and luxury. The Flying Spur measures 212.8 inches long, slighter longer than previous models, and 77.3 inches wide, about half an inch thinner than before. The wheelbase also changes, adding 5.1 inches to the length. That extra length goes directly into the cabin, making it even more luxurious. The center console features a rotating panel that displays three old-fashioned gauges when parked but rotates to a foot-wide high definition computer screen when the car starts. You can also opt to have it rotate to a wood panel that blends with the rest of the dash. When it comes to handling, the Flying Spur is all-wheel-drive with all-wheel-steering, so low or high speed, you have plenty of control.