British carmaker Bentley has unveiled the Flying Spur W12 S, the first four-door Bentley sedan to crack 200mi/h (322km/h).
The new Flying Spur W12 S will sit on the top step of the Flying Spur sedan line from Bentley. Deliveries of the new Flying Spur W12 S sedans will start at the end of 2016.
Powering the new Bentley Flying Spur W12 S is Bentley's trustworthy twin turbocharged W12 engine.
The 6.0-litre engine produces 626bhp and 820Nm of torque, which is 10bhp and 820Nm more than what the 'normal' Flying Spur W12 pushes out.
The new Bentley will sprint from 0 – 100km/h in 4.5 seconds which is 0.1-second faster than the standard W12 variant.
The top speed of the new W12 S is 5km/h faster than the standard car at 325km/h.
The new Flying Spur W12 S will also negotiate the curvy stuff better thanks to a retuned suspension with unique damper and stability control settings.
To help the almost 2.5-ton car stop better, Bentley has upgraded the carbon ceramic brakes as well.
Design wise, Bentley has kitted out the W12 S with subtle black-tinted headlamps, which flank a blacked out version of Bentley's distinctive Beluga grille.
The new W12 S sits on massive 21-inch alloy wheels whuicha re also painted black.
The rear end of the car gets the same subtle blacked-out treatment as the front with the tail lamps featuring the same black tint see on the headlamps.
The interiors sees the usual heavy duty leather upholstery and Bentley has developed a unique seat colour split to lend the interior a distinct sporting feel. The headrests feature W12 S lettering as well
The Flying Spur W12 S features the Mulliner Driving Specification as standard bringing in details like drilled alloy pedals and knurled controls that add to the luxurious feel of the car.