When Bentley was acquired under the Volkswagen group, they merely had one model to entertain potential clients, the Continental GT. With clientele seeking the need for two extra doors and an actual rear bench, the Continental was released later on as another model called the Flying Spur. Seeing as the Continental GT is known as a two-door coupé, the Flying Spur has been altogether separated from the Continental range as its own model. The Flying Spur, much like its coupé sibling, is fitted with either a 4.0L twin turbo V8 rated at 507PS or the venerable 6.0L twin turbo W12 that’s pushing 625PS. Both powerplants are mated to a ZF 8-speed automatic transmission, and are sure to carry its four occupants in luxurious style.