2023 Bentley Flying Spur S looks more sporty, sounds louder
Bentley’s grand sedan has a new sporty design treatment, with the choice of V-8 or plug-in-hybrid powertrains and louder exhausts.
The Flying Spur S has the absence of exterior chrome. Its big body boasts lots of gloss black on the grille, lower front fascia, mirror caps, and window trim. The headlights and taillights receive dark tints, contributing to the sinister style. The only chrome bits that remain are the Bentley badge and lettering on the trunk lid.
The Flying Spur S can be fitted with several different wheels, all unique to this model. The choices include a set of tri-spoke 21-inch wheels with gloss-black and machined surfaces. There’s also a set of 22-inchers that can be had in gloss black (pictured here) or in Pale Brodgar satin. Irrespective of rim type, every version has red-painted brake calipers. Plus, the Flying Spur S comes standard with rear-wheel steering and active anti-roll bars, also known as Bentley Dynamic Ride.
There are two-tone color schemes available inside the the Flying Spur S that combine leather and a faux-suede material. Its seats can be optioned with quilting, and the standard “S” embroidery on the headrests can be replaced with Bentley’s winged logo at no extra cost. Other S-specific touches that appear throughout the cabin are special illuminated sill plates, a metal “S” badge on the dash panel, and digital gauges that share a motorsport-inspired look that’s also seen on the Bentley Continental GT Speed.