Bentley Flying Spur review

Category: Luxury car

Section: Interior

Bentley Flying Spur 2021 interior dashboard
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  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 interior dashboard
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 rear seats
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 interior infotainment
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  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 interior driving seat
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 interior detail
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 interior dashboard dials
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 front right tracking
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 rear cornering
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 interior dashboard
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 rear seats
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 interior infotainment
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 front tracking
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 rear tracking
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 right static
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 badge detail
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 exhaust detail
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 alloy wheel detail
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 interior driving seat
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 interior detail
  • Bentley Flying Spur 2021 interior dashboard dials
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Interior

The interior layout, fit and finish

The Flying Spur lives up to the Bentley reputation for breathtaking luxury. Fixtures and fittings are of superb quality and almost everything is trimmed with polished wood or soft leather. True, it doesn't quite match the Rolls-Royce Ghost for interior panache, but it feels a cut above 'mainstream' alternatives, such as the Audi A8 and Mercedes S-Class.

The 12.3in touchscreen infotainment system can rotate back into the dashboard when not in use, leaving a clean fascia or old-school analogue instrument dials depending on your mood. That really adds to the car's wow factor, and the screen itself is reasonably user-friendly, with quick responses and well-ordered menus. The standard 10-speaker, 650-watt audio system is powerful enough, but the optional 19-speaker Naim set-up is one of the best sound systems fitted to any car on sale.