Unveiled in Geneva earlier this month, Bentley's Flying Spur, the most powerful automobile in the auto brand's "entry-level" category—with a 6-liter, twin-turbo 12-cylinder engine supplying even more horsepower and torque than its predecessor—is set to make its North American debut at this year's auto show.
Despite a decision to ditch the word "continental" from its name, Bentley promises a more fuel-efficient vehicle with all of the decadent stylings drivers have grown accustomed to. Most notably, the Flying Spur's dignified interior boasts even more customizable options, with five additional color choices for both the leather upholstery and wood veneer. If that's not enough, the upgrade comes with the choice of either a four- or five-seat configuration.
While the price has not yet been announced, Car and Driver expects the new edition to retail in the neighborhood of $200,000.