The Bentley Flying Spur is the 4-door counterpart to the
Continental GT coupe and is powered by the same 6.0-liter
twin-turbo 12-cylinder engine making 551hp. The W12 engine is mated
to a paddle-shifted 6-speed ZF automatic transmission driving all
four wheels. The Flying Spur is capable of speeds up to 195 mph.
Improved ride and handling for 2006 came courtesy of new aluminum
front-suspension uprights and rear axle carrier, revised suspension
and steering calibrations, and computer-controlled air springs that
lower the nose of the car 10 mm and the tail 25 mm at 150 mph to
improve high-speed stability. The amenities provided by Bentley
include a navigation system, air ride suspension, heated and cooled
and front seats, heated and cooled rear seats, sunroof, leather
headliner, and much more. The nearly 600hp all-wheel-drive sedan is
powered by a twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter W12 engine backed by a
6-speed automatic transmission.