The Flying Spur looks identical to the Continental GT when you're behind the wheel. That's a positive, because everything is logically laid out and even short drivers should be able to find a comfortable driving position. The infotainment system is disappointing, though; it has a dim screen and an unresponsive touch-screen interface.
Bentley Flying Spur space & practicality
Plenty of Flying Spur buyers will be travelling in the back, and the rear seats are a fine place from which to survey the outside world – whether you're sitting on the standard three-seat bench or optional two-seat layout. Shoulder- and legroom are impressive, and although the swoopy roofline means headroom is slightly restricted, you'd have to be very tall for this to be an issue. There's also lots of space up front and the boot is big.
Bentley Flying Spur equipment
There are two trim levels – standard and Mulliner – and both are suitably well equipped, although if you want a rear-seat entertainment package, a fancier hi-fi or Wi-Fi, you'll have to pay extra. Upgrading to Mulliner spec takes you into a world of far greater colour and trim personalisation than the standard version offers.