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There are plenty of luxury cars that make more sense, but few have the sense of occasion that you get with the Bentley Flying Spur. Flawed, but we can see why you might.get the best price
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Bentley’s Mulliner trim hikes the luxury even farther, bringing diamond-patterned seats and a wider range of personalisation options, but you’re not exactly buying off the peg if you go for the ‘regular’ car, so we wouldn’t bother with this upgrade.
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While V8 and plug-in hybrid options will follow, right now the only engine available is a 6.0-litre W12 which develops a whopping 626bhp. That's enough to get the 2.4-tonne Flying Spur from 0-60mph in just 3.7sec and onto a top speed of 207mph.
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